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#LoboWeek 2015 Starts Tomorrow

Seventeen years ago, in the dim dark days of 1998, 11 Mexican Gray Wolves – colloquially called “lobo” – were reintroduced to Arizona and New Mexico, areas they had been vanquished from roughly 30 years prior; to celebrate and mark the occasion, the… 303 more words

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Ambassador Wolves Zephyr, Alawa, and Nikai: Wolf Rock Cam

From:  Wolf Conservation Center

Zephyr, Alawa, and Nikai are captive-born Canadian/Rocky Mountain gray wolves (Canis lupus occidentalis). As Ambassador wolves, the siblings open the door to understanding the importance and plight of their wild kin and help fight to preserve wolves’ rightful place in the environment. 90 more words

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Anyone familiar with my social media accounts knows how much I love my Yorkie, Jackson, aka Jax.  Jax was originally my daughter’s dog, but when she left the nest and moved to the big city, her new digs did not allow dogs so voila’ I became a dog owner.   1,751 more words

New Link!

I am excited to announce that W.A.A.R. has been greenlit to publish its first link in support of an outside animal advocacy and rescue organization, Wolf Conservation Center. 36 more words


Howling Like a Wolf

“If you could choose to be any animal, what would it be?”

This question has been asked billions of times since the beginning of time. The answers vary dramatically between individuals and each response gives clues into a persons character, personality and situation in life. 482 more words


'ATKA' Wolf Drawing Raises over $1500 for Wolf Conservation Center

‘Atka‘ original Biro drawing was auctioned on 13th December 2013 at the Wolf Conservation Center, NY‘s annual Wine and Wolves fundraiser.  Thank you so, so much to the winner and I hope you enjoy your drawing!   135 more words


'ATKA', Ambassador Wolf Art PRINT - Wolf Conservation Center, NY

Prints of ‘Atka’, Ambassador Wolf of the Wolf Conservation Center, NY are now available to order with ALL profits donated to WWC, helping to protect wolves. 190 more words