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Kailani has left us. The little puppy whose name meant “sea and sky” in Hawaiian grew up into a beautiful silver wolf. She was the alpha female of the main pack for many years and retired during the winter of … Continue reading
Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Wolf Park! We are thankful this year for the continued healthy recovery of cancer survivor Renki, the amazing donations we’ve received toward the building of a recovery pen and improved fox enclosure; the … Continue reading
Renki Update Renki is doing great! He and Ayla enjoyed a day in the big main enclosure last week and Renki seemed delighted to have room to really stretch his legs. A missing limb isn’t slowing him down at all! … Continue reading
In Kampinos National Park, near Warsaw, Poland, park employees are seeing signs of the first wolves to settle there since the country wiped out the park’s wolf population in 1964 via a government-sponsored hunt. The wolf has been on Poland’s … Continue reading
We can’t believe it! It’s done! (Well, the outside, anyway. Now we get to furnish it!) A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Thursday, November 12. Have some video! Original article available here.
Viva la Difference! Comparative Canid Behavior November 20-22, 2015 Sign up today! There’s something about those canids that just draw us in. Is it the eyes that glow with amazing intelligence? Is it their social behavior that appeals to us, … Continue reading
Join us for the Thanksgiving Turkey Toss Saturday, November 28 Wolf Park will be open from 1:00-5:00 pm Toss for main pack starts at 4:00 pm Wolf Park’s environmental enrichment program strives to make life more interesting and novel for … Continue reading
The canid recently sighted in the Kaibab Plateau area near the North Rim of the Grand Canyon has been confirmed to be a female gray wolf through genetic testing of its scat. The wolf appears to be wearing a nonfunctional … 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