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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
Watermelon Party for the Wolves July 5, 2013 from 1-5 PM Wolf Park is having its 14th annual Watermelon Party! Join us at 2:00pm on Saturday, July 5 when we will give each wolf, fox and coyote his or her … Continue reading
Wolf Park’s Young Naturalist Program Education – Leadership – Service Wolf Park is looking for 13 to 17 year olds interested in learning about animals, conservation, research and what happens behind the scenes in a non-profit animal park. Come get … Continue reading
Animal care is not all glamor, fame, loose cars and fast women. Sometimes, especially during enclosure cleaning in the most humid part of late summer, or while trying to get an excitable, distracted animal to eat a pill rather than … Continue reading
Saturday May 3, 2014: 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
There is a dark, or rather a squishy, side to keeping animals, including wolves and their cousins, coyotes. What goes in must come out, as it were, and after the excitement of feeding demonstrations must come the, er, exudate of … Continue reading
First Ever USFWS “Take” Permit For A Red Wolf Issued to Hyde County Landowner Farm owner Jett Ferebee has recently been granted by the USFWS the first known permit to kill a red wolf on his Tyrell County Farm. After … Continue reading
Working towards a career in animal behavior or training? Considering a PhD and want to get some experience with behavioral research techniques? Just want to know if you have what it takes to run a wildlife facility? Sign up now … Continue reading