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You have the opportunity to help Wolf Park get our message out about wolves. 1st Source Bank in Downtown Lafayette is offering a grant for nonprofits! We must show there is a need and following for Wolf Park’s services. We … Continue reading
(Original article from Journal and Courier located here) Wolf Park employees proudly opened a new 1.5-acre enclosure Thursday afternoon to a crowd of board members and volunteers. “This is a perfect marriage,” said Sonya Margerum, a member of the Roy … Continue reading
Monday is Veterans Day. To thank veterans and their families for their service and sacrifice, Wolf Park welcomes vets, active duty military, and their families to visit for free on Monday. Come on out!
Please come visit us! We have lots of open hours around Thanksgiving so you can bring friends and family to see us! Thursday, Nov 22 1-5 pm Closed (mmm…turkey!) Friday, Nov 23 1-5 pm Closed 7:30-9:00 pm OPEN for Howl … Continue reading
Nov 9-11 Special Guest Seminar: Suzanne Clothier (Sign up here!) Nov 17 Wolf Park After Hours Nov 19 Fall Photo SHOOT #3 (Sign up here!) Nov 26 Fall Photo SEMINAR #3 (Sign up here!)
Nov 12 Wolf Park After Hours Nov 14 Fall Photo SEMINAR #2 Nov 21 Fall Photo SHOOT #4 Nov 30 Last Day of Open Season
Wolf Park will be appearing on the National Geographic Channel on Tuesday, November 23, 2010, at 10:00 pm Eastern time, in a special on domestication called “How Man Tamed the Wild“. The special has footage of the 2010 puppies — … Continue reading
Read the article in the Lafayette Journal and Courier!
INDIANAPOLIS – The state’s Natural Resources Commission voted 9-2 today to create a permit that allows and regulates enclosed areas used by hunters to train hound dogs – using live coyotes and foxes as bait. The panel also voted on a … Continue reading