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Promoting wolf conservation since 1999

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Did You Know?

The gray wolf's coat can actually be many different colors - white, black, gray, or even brown and tan. The species' name actually derives from a gray undercoat shared by all gray wolves, no matter the color of their outer coat or guard hairs.

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Take Action

Please consider taking action via the Wolf Conservation Center’s active campaigns


Become a Volunteer

Our volunteers are indispensable in performing tasks that help us fulfill our mission. We couldn’t exist without them! Click here to learn more about our Volunteer program 

 
Write a Letter to the Editor

A great way to support wolves and their recovery is by writing a Letter to the Editor!  Here are some tips you will help you to write a more effective letter, and increase your chances of getting published.    How to write your letter.


Corporate Partners and Opportunities

The Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) would be unable to fulfill our mission without our volunteers and commercial partnerships. Some of our partners provide in-kind product donations and others hours of their time and service.  Howls of gratitude to our following corporate partners, they exemplify the amazing potential to make this world a better place.   

Pre-Furred
QualityPro
Quarry Ridge Animal Hospital
Ridgefield Pet
SavATree
The Country Farmer
The Veterinary Cancer Center
Trinity Packaging Corporation
Whole Foods
 
We value this support and welcome new companies looking to partner with the WCC to reflect a social responsibility program. Please email Maggie@nywolf.org to discuss corporate sponsorship and/or corporate volunteering opportunities.

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