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Our Favorite Wolf Howls are Lazy Ones

Did you know that sometimes wolves sing just to make music, as we do? It's called 'social glue' - a spreading of good feeling like people singing around a campfire, feeling closer to one another - it’s that same idea:…

Big Slumber Party for Wolves

Wolf families are just like ours; they play together, eat together, and most importantly, love together. When it comes to wolves it's all about family ❤ Beyond being adorable, this Mexican gray wolf family represents the Wolf Conservation Center's active…

Wolves Cuddle and Comfort One Another

This is what family looks like 🐺 When it comes to wolves, it’s not about numbers. It’s about family. A wolf is a wolf when it’s part of an intact, unexploited family group capable of astonishingly beautiful and complex cooperative…

Happy Wolves, Happy Howls

Did you know that sometimes wolves sing just to make music, as we do? It's called 'social glue' - a spreading of good feeling like people singing around a campfire, feeling closer to one another - it’s that same idea:…

Wolf Pups Cuddle and Nibble Big Sister

Raising pups is a family affair; it is natural for all the wolves to pitch in. Older siblings in the family (a.k.a. pack), like big sister "Babs", often assist their parents in rearing their younger siblings by regurgitating food for…

Wolf Receives Lesson on “Social Distancing”

Adapting to a global pandemic is uncharted territory for all of us - including wolves! Due to clear communication via whines, squeaks and growls, Nikai successfully convinces his older brother to create some physical distance. Nikai and Zephyr are captive-born…

Webinar: What COVID-19 Means for Gateway Communities

The Conservation Fund thanks all who participated in the April 1, 2020 Webinar on Seeking Ideas and Sharing Solutions for Rural and Gateway Communities During the COVID-19 Pandemic. A special thanks to our speakers, Kennedy Smith, Ilana Preuss and Axie…

Cascades to Rockies Connections

Connecting large landscapes is at the heart of our mission at Conservation Northwest, as those connections are critical for wildlife, especially in the face of climate change. Science shows that a corridor of wildlands connecting the North Cascades and the…

Red Wolf Charges and Soars

Meet Jack! At 12 yrs old, Jack is the oldest of the Wolf Conservation Center's 20 red wolves. He also represents the Wolf Conservation Center's active participation to save a species from the brink of extinction. The red wolf is…

Gold Creek Pond Restoration

We're proud to support local partners including Kittitas Conservation Trust and the U.S. Forest Service - Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest in efforts to restore Gold Creek, a critical corridor for wildlife moving under I-90 and a focal area for our Central…
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