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From our friend Richard E. W. Berl: Just put up a new post today with a little bit about the methods used to study behavior and how I’m using them here at Wolf Park: http://www.cultevol.org/2012/06/pack-life-studying-behavior/
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
Appearing on tonight’s NOVA Science NOW – “How Smart Are Dogs?” featuring Dr. Clive Wynne, a researcher who does many projects at Wolf Park, as well as footage from Wolf Park itself! Click here to see a preview, or tune … Continue reading
by volunteer Dee Hull This is an exciting time at Wolf Park for both humans and wolves alike. You see, wolf breeding season comes once a year in late January to early February. Obviously, the wolves are quite excited this … Continue reading
This blog entry, from top-notch dog trainer and animal behaviorist Patricia McConnell, concerns research currently being done on how well dogs and wolves respond to human gestures. The research mentioned on “hand-raised wolves”, by Monique Udell and Clive Wynne, was … Continue reading