What happened while we’ve been gone, part 2

Hopefully you’ve been keeping track of our wolf news on Ranger Greg’s blog! He takes amazing photos of the wolves and shares great information so check it out. In November 2016, it was time for us to send our female red wolf off and get a new one in. During the Red Wolf SSP meeting which happens every summer we learned that we would swap female red wolves with Reflection Riding Arboretum and Nature Center. We were looking to sendRead more

Red Wolf Revival: An Uncertain Tomorrow

The following film is being created (more funding is needed). Take a look at the wolves in the film— footage was taken at the Museum in February https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/544053515/red-wolf-revival-an-uncertain-tomorrow?ref=video    Read more

1784 QuikPics

Katy snapped a couple of photos of the new male wolf, 1784. We’re learning about him a little at a time. So far: he buries food (but eats it); slinks around a bit, walking slowly when nervous (but also jumps when nervous or surprised); has “weak” back legs that come and go seasonally (we’ll likely add some Cosequin supplements for him). Greg got some great photos of him in the exhibit too- here are some stolen from Greg: We shouldRead more

Wolf changes…

You know our male wolf, 1414, died unexpectedly about one month ago. Today was the day our new male red wolf arrived. His studbook number is 1784 and he is the son of our beloved 1414. He sired three pups this past year while at the NCSU College of Veterinary medicine. (Yup, they are a cooperator and part of the Red Wolf SSP program too). We’ll post photos of him soon.     Today was also the day that 1287,Read more