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by London Wolff Vancouver Island, north of Seattle, is homes to a very special population of gray wolves known as Coastal Wolves. They differ from the Timber and Arctic wolves in that they are about 20% smaller on average, are … Continue reading
Interested in a career working with animals? There is no better way to get experience than with an immersive, hands-on adventure at a working wildlife facility. Experience every part of a full-time job at a non-profit animal facility, including: Behavioral … Continue reading
Join us for the Wolf Park Open House Saturday, March 7, 2015, 1—4 p.m! Wolf Park invites individuals, families, and organizations to make tracks to Battle Ground to see what we are all about! Many people know that we have … 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
Check out the new article on our web site — Wolves and Trophic Cascades: What is All the Controversy About?, written by Doug Smith of the Yellowstone wolf project! Photo source: Doug Smith
Working towards a career in animal behavior, husbandry, handling or training? Considering a PhD and want to get some experience with behavioral research techniques? Just want to know if you have what it takes to run a wildlife facility? Sign … 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
A herd of 17 European bison, Bison bonasus — cousins of the American bison, Bison bison, on display at Wolf Park — is being released into the Carpathian mountains in Romania, the first bison to set hoof there in 200 years. … Continue reading
Volunteers are a special and rare breed of people who give their time and effort freely to support the causes in which they believe. Are you one of these wonderful people? Do you want to be? Wolf Park is holding … Continue reading