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Promoting wolf conservation since 1999

Did You Know?

Wolves don't howl at the moon - they howl to communicate. For example, wolves howl to assemble the pack, warn intruders to stay away, or motivate family members to join in the hunt.

Research at the WCC

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The Wolf Conservation Center is a wonderful laboratory for students, professors and biologists. The WCC provides great opportunities for researchers to gather unique data from captive wolves.

If you are interested in doing research at the WCC please contact research@nywolf.org

Featured are individuals who performed their research at the WCC:

» Analysis of Behavior and Cortisol Levels Of a Captive Wolf in Solitaire Versus Captive Wolves in a Pack

» A GIS-Based Approach to Documenting Carnivore Damage to Bones

» Work in Progress: Using Wolves to Teach Engineering Design

» Study of Wolf Behavior

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