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Mission Statement | California Wolf Center

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California Wolf Center is Dedicated to Wild Wolf Recovery

California Wolf Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization working to foster communities coming together to ensure wolves, livestock, and people thrive in today’s world, which we accomplish through conservation, education, and research.

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Home > https://www.californiawolfcenter.org/

Learn > https://www.californiawolfcenter.org/learn

Support Wolves > https://www.californiawolfcenter.org/support

Source: Mission Statement | California Wolf Center

The wolf in our dogs. — Learning from Dogs

Study reveals the wolf within your pet dog

The wolf in our dogs. — Learning from Dogs

A Very Old Man for a Wolf

It’s the nature of the wolf to travel. By age two, wolves of both sexes usually leave their birth packs and strike out on their own, sometimes covering hundreds of miles as they search for mates and new territory. Whatever the reason, when wolves move, they do it with intent—and quickly. Humans don’t know how they decide which way to go, but the choice is as important as any they’ll ever make.

Source: A Very Old Man for a Wolf

For Gray Wolves, a Success Story Not Without Detractors – NYTimes.com

“Few mammals are as unloved as the wolf. Not that the feeling is universal. Some North American Indian tribes traditionally honored the predator as a worthy fellow hunter. Other societies have shown comparable reverence. How can anyone bear a grudge against the she-wolf that suckled Romulus and Remus, mythological founders of Rome? Without her, would we have had all that glorious architecture, those inspiring Michelangelo frescoes, Sophia Loren? Still, in popular culture and many a metaphor this animal is far from adored. There it is at the door in hard times, disguising itself in sheep’s clothing, tormenting the likes of Little Red Riding Hood and the Three Little Pigs.”


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