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The National Park Service says the population of wolves occupying Denali National Park in Alaska is the lowest it has been in almost 30 years, with an aerial population survey conducted in March counting only 50 individuals. This is five … Continue reading
Volunteers are a special and rare breed of people who give their time and effort freely to support the causes in which they believe. Are you one of these wonderful people? Do you want to be? Wolf Park is holding … Continue reading
Howling Mozart After Hours! Come out and enjoy classical music under the open sky — stay to howl with the wolves! Saturday, June 14, 2014 7:30-11:00 pm For the third year in a row, Wolf Park is partnering with the … Continue reading
Come out and enjoy classical music under the open sky—stay afterward to howl with the wolves! Saturday, June 8, 2013 7:30—11:00 pm For the third year in a row, Wolf Park is partnering with the Lafayette Symphony Orchestra for a … Continue reading
Wednesday, June 5th Howl with Pete and Friends 4:00 pm-8:00 pm University Bookstore, 360 W State Street, West Lafayette, IN Wolf Park is excited to be partnering with University Bookstore and Brittany Rayburn to present “Howl with Pete and Friends” … Continue reading
Jun 8-10 Wolf Intensive Weekend (Sign up here!) Jun 9 Wolf Park After Hours Jun 13 Kids’ Day Camp (age 4) (Sign up here!) Jun 19-20 Kids’ Day Camp (ages 5-7) (Sign up here!) Jun 26-27 Kids’ Day Camp (ages … Continue reading
Interested in spending more time at Wolf Park? Want to do something meaningful to help wolves and wildlife? There’s a volunteer orientation meeting coming up Saturday, June 2 at 10:00 am, and we’d like to see you there! Call us … Continue reading
Click here to see a Science Daily review of some of the cognition research done at Wolf Park by Dr. Clive Wynne and Dr. Monique Udell! The research focuses on how well dogs (and wolves) react to and interpret human … Continue reading
From the Christian Science Monitor: Wyoming biologists and ranchers discuss the difficulty of living with wolves and explain both sides of the question: Should the gray wolf be removed from the endangered species list? See the related story here.