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Join us at 5:30 pm Tuesday, September 18th for a great chance to meet Allyson Mitchell, the Executive Director of the Indiana Recycling Coalition, and learn more about recycling in Indiana! Topics include: who/what/why of the IRC what happens “after … Continue reading
Thanks to the 2017 summer interns, The Land Nursery and Boy Scout Troop 205, Wolf Park is a greener place. The interns raised money to purchase a lot of new trees at an amazing price from Walter Beineke at The … Continue reading
Once a year we break out the animal-safe paint and let the park residents try their paws at art. What started as a chance for just the wolves explore their artistic sides has now blossomed into every species getting a … Continue reading
Entertaining the park animals is important to their emotional well-being. Bored animals are stressed animals. We do our best to provide novel experiences for all our residents on a regular basis. This is especially true for the foxes who, if … Continue reading
Destinations, the official magazine of the American Bus Association, picked 57 “super places to visit” all across America for their first “Best of the Best” awards in their September/October 2016 issue , and Wolf Park was selected as “the best … Continue reading
The sixth annual Walk For Wolves, held on September 27, 2014, featured picture perfect weather, wonderful packs of walkers led by Marion on the first lap, sweet music by Scott Greeson and Trouble With Monday, great food from Sgt. Preston’s … Continue reading
U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson has restored federal protections to wolves in Wyoming, at least temporarily. Wyoming assumed control over its wolves from the federal government in 2012 after the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service determined that the … Continue reading
Becoming a Wolf Park volunteer is more than a great opportunity to learn about wolves and their place in the world. It is a means of helping the cause of wildlife preservation and promoting the welfare of wolves in the … Continue reading