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EWC Service Provider Victim of Cyberattack

We were recently notified about a data security incident our third-party vendor, Blackbaud Inc., experienced. The Endangered Wolf Center takes the protection and proper use of your information very seriously. At this time, we understand that Blackbaud discovered and stopped a ransomware attack. After discovering the attack, Blackbaud’s Cyber Security team—together with independent forensics experts and law enforcement— successfully prevented the cybercriminal from blocking their system access and fully encrypting files; and ultimately expelled the threat from their system. Prior to locking...

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Enter to Win Our Wolf T-Shirt Design Contest!

  Attention Artists, Designers, and Creatives of all ages… We are excited to announce our Wolf T-shirt design contest! The winner will have their design featured on our next t-shirt. Each t-shirt campaign we create serves as a fundraiser for our care and conservation efforts of endangered animals. That means YOU can be a part of this important work by using your talents to have a positive impact on wildlife. We’re looking for art and designs that focus on our wolves- Mexican wolves and American red wolves! Did you know that our last t-shirt campaign featured the art of...

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Webinar Speaker Series: African Painted Dog Conservation with Dr. Greg Rasmussen

    Join the Endangered Wolf Center and world-renowned biologist Dr. Greg Rasmussen for an educational, adventurous webinar that will transport you to the wilds of Africa to learn about the endangered African painted dog. Dr. Greg will share insight into their family dynamics, conservation techniques, and his first-hand experiences educating and researching this fascinating species. The cost per ticket is $25, which will directly support our pack of 15 African painted dogs that call the Endangered Wolf Center home. A portion of the proceeds will support the Painted Dog Research Trust to...

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You’re Invited: Virtual Members’ Day June 20th

On Saturday, June 20th, we’d like to give thanks to all of the Endangered Wolf Center’s most loyal and supportive members for the role they have in our efforts to save endangered species and improve our environment. This virtual event is an exciting new format now available to EWC members across the world. Enjoy an inside view of the Center’s mission presented by its leaders and animal care staff. Rare and special footage of some of the most endangered animals will be featured. This is a family friendly event for all ages. Only current and registered members will be admitted on...

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Wolf Pups Fostered to the Wild Despite Pandemic

Endangered Wolf Pups Fostered to the Wild Despite Pandemic   COVID-19 has brought on unique challenges in all corners of the earth.  While news of the pandemic crisis dominated the headlines, the Endangered Wolf Center worked to ensure conservation was not paused. This pandemic has driven home the fact that our environment, when out of balance, can lead to negative ramifications for wildlife and for humans.     The Endangered Wolf Center focuses on returning keystone species, such as the critically endangered Mexican wolf, to their native habitat. Wolves and other large...

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“Tails” from the Wild – Mexican Wolf Survey

“Tails” from the Wild – Mexican Wolf Survey

In January, some of our staff participated in important conservation efforts to survey the Mexican wolf population in the wild. The main goal? To see if the population for this endangered wolf is growing. For our team, we were hoping to learn whether or not our cross-foster efforts of the 2019 season were successful.   Regina Mossotti, Director of Animal Care and Conservation at the Endangered Wolf Center, shares a highlight of their journey: “On the 3rd day of the survey, an uncollared, unidentified male Mexican wolf was darted, captured, and brought to the processing team to...

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