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Tag Archives: bison
The Twiglets are having an abundance of new experiences. The biggest is meeting their first adult wolf. Fiona had the pleasure of visiting the pups in the outdoor nursery. At the sight of them, Fiona turned into ‘a big puddle … Continue reading
The Twiglets’ facial markings are starting to emerge. They are developing white and black patches which will soon grow more distinct. Cypress looks as though he’ll have very striking markings. Energy levels and coordination continue to improve. The pups play … Continue reading
Surprise! And you thought five puppies was a large litter. Now we have seven! What’s going on? The wonderful people at Wolf Mountain Nature Center have donated two pups to us. Their wolves, Sequoyah and Dyani, produced a small litter … Continue reading
Timber Loves Every Boy On Monday, Renki and Timber had a play date together which ended rapidly once Timber had exhausted and irritated Renki to the end of his tolerance. Meanwhile, Bicho was making hopeful eyes at Timber through … Continue reading
Wolf Park would like to welcome our newest additions. As visitors may have noticed, our bison herd has dwindled this past summer as we prepared to bring in new arrivals from another facility. We want to keep our herd healthy … Continue reading
Once a year we break out the animal-safe paint and let the park residents try their paws at art. What started as a chance for just the wolves explore their artistic sides has now blossomed into every species getting a … Continue reading
HOT OFF THE PRESS! Yellowstone Bison: Conserving an American Icon in Modern Society Edited by P.J. White, Rick L. Wallen, and David E. Hallac This book examines the history of bison conservation and management in the United States, compiles the … Continue reading
A herd of 17 European bison, Bison bonasus — cousins of the American bison, Bison bison, on display at Wolf Park — is being released into the Carpathian mountains in Romania, the first bison to set hoof there in 200 years. … Continue reading