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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
Saturday May 2, 2015: Wolves’ Birthday Party at Wolf Park Open 1-5 pm Wolf birthday cakes will be distributed at 2 p.m! Join Wolf Park in a birthday celebration for all of our canids! The Wolf Park staff will give … Continue reading
The US Fish and Wildlife Service’s independent review, conducted by the Wildlife Management Institute, of the Red Wolf Recovery Program is now available online. The review focused on three elements of the recovery program — the supporting science, management of … Continue reading
Spend 2015 with your favorite wolves, foxes, and coyotes from Wolf Park with the new Wolf Park Calendar! Click here to buy your calendar today! Featuring 13 months of glorious full color photos taken at Wolf Park by renowned photographer … Continue reading
Becoming a Wolf Park volunteer is more than a great opportunity to learn about wolves and their place in the world. It is a means of helping the cause of wildlife preservation and promoting the welfare of wolves in the … Continue reading
Ever wondered about all the diverse species and subspecies of wolves, and all the confusing Latin names? L. David Mech writes on the taxonomic classification of wolves and their canid cousins in The Scientific Classification of Wolves: Canis lupus soupus, … Continue reading
Wolves and Dogs: Similarities & Differences Taught by Ken McCort July 25-27, 2014 This year Ken McCort will discuss many of the similarities and differences between dogs and wolves during his seminar. Some of the topics covered will include: Predatory … Continue reading
Researchers from Oregon State University have reviewed fur trap data for the entire Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba — an area covering nearly 1.3 million square kilometers of land. Their study focused on the relationship between populations of wolves, … Continue reading
Caring for animals comes with bad points as well as good. Animals do not always appreciate that fencing is there for their own good, and do not understand that humans prefer not to spend all their free time filling in … Continue reading
U.S. District judge Terrence Boyle ordered a halt to coyote hunting in five northeastern North Carolina counties (Dare, Hyde, Beufort, Tyrrell, and Washington) in order to reduce mistaken-identity shootings of the visually similar (and protected under the Endangered Species Act) … Continue reading