EWC Staff Speaks at Key Wolf Conservation Seminar

Regina with famed Georgian wolf biologist Dr. Jason Badridze (left), his daughter Dr. Nino Badridze, Regina, and famed canine behaviorist Nelson Hodges (right).

Regina with famed Georgian wolf biologist Dr. Jason Badridze (left), his daughter Dr. Nino Badridze, Regina, and acclaimed canine behaviorist Nelson Hodges (right).

Regina Mossotti, Director of Animal Care and Conservation for the Endangered Wolf Center, recently participated in Wolf Behavior, Dynamics & Conservation, a fundraising seminar in Midland Park, New Jersey with renowned Wolf Biologist Dr. Jason Badridze. During the seminar Regina discussed historical and recent efforts to save and repatriate the Mexican Gray Wolf and other species of endangered predators; she also addressed the critical need for apex predators in the North American landscape.

The seminar was followed by a “Mexican Fiesta for Mexican Wolves” to support recovery and conservation of the Mexican Gray Wolf where more than $5,000 was raised to help support the Endangered Wolf Center and the California Wolf Center.

Thanks to Regina for representing the EWC – and the wolves – so well!