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For those who have not heard, Renki has been very ill. It started with a limp, and he had been diagnosed with arthritis (which is not unusual for a 12-year-old wolf). However, his limp got worse so x-rays were in … Continue reading
The Arizona Game and Fish Department/USFWS has released October 2015 updates for the Mexican Gray Wolf Reintroduction Project. Currently there are approximately 110 Mexican gray wolves in the wild, including 45 wolves with functional radio collars. These collared wolves are … Continue reading
The Alison Franklin Animal Care Center, named after the late wife of one of Wolf Park’s longest-standing supporters, began construction Thursday, August 13. Here are some in-progress photos from the past couple weeks! Many thanks to everyone helping with the … Continue reading
The May 2015 status report updates for the Mexican gray wolf reintroduction program in Arizona and New Mexico are out and are available here. Read about the activities of each tracked wolf pack and keep up to date on events … Continue reading
Interested in working at a wildlife facility someday? Wolf Park’s internship program is an intensive, hands-on introduction to the ins and outs of working at a nonprofit animal facility. Interns stay at Wolf Park for periods of three months or … Continue reading
All the members of the Wolf Park community are in mourning today after the loss of the Park’s founder, Dr. Erich Klinghammer. He passed away the morning of October 6, at Lafayette’s IU Health Arnett Hospital, at the age of … Continue reading
There has been some extreme weather in Indiana lately, but Wolf Park has not had any damage or problems. Due to recent flooding in the Lafayette area, however, some of our local roads are closed. When driving here, you may … Continue reading
Wolf Park is very conscious about recycling, reducing waste, and generally being kind to the planet. To make it easier on our visitors to join us in recycling, we went looking for a grant to pay for some attractive, decent … Continue reading