Lucky, Daisy and Clay on TV!

Maned wolf Lucky, fennec fox Daisy and hognose snake Clay joined EWC Executive Director Virginia Busch on STL Live recently to talk about St. Louis’ best kept secret – the Endangered Wolf Center.    ...

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Support our new Education & Nature Center

We are excited to announce that we are planning for a new Education and Nature Center to meet our growing demand in educational programming. We have secured the land, completed the architectural drawings and bids, and raised more than 48% of the necessary funds for construction of the building. We invite you to partner with the Endangered Wolf Center by making a donation to help us begin construction in 2018. The building will serve as a much-needed venue for our onsite educational efforts. Our Education Department provided programs to almost 45,000 people in 2017, an increase over 2016...

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Trivia Night 2018 will be Feb. 23

Join us for Trivia Night 2018 on February 23 at 7pm. VIP tables and sponsorship opportunities are still available. Call 636-938-9306 to register. Free beer available for guests over 21. Free snacks, sodas and water for all. You can BYOB, but no glass bottles allowed please. When: Friday, February 23 at 7PM Where: Kirkwood Community Center 111 South Geyer Road Kirkwood, MO 63122 Price: $30 a person or $240 for a table of eight VIP Tables: $320 for a table of eight Express Check-In, preferred seating, table service, plus meet our ambassador animals Sponsorship Opportunities: $125 a round....

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The Endangered Wolf Center, Shaw Nature Reserve and World Bird Sanctuary have partnered to create an innovative approach to science field trips: The STEM STL TRIFECTA program, which provides schools with cohesive, curriculum-based field trips that are in line with Missouri state DESE standards. You get grade specific, pre-planned field trips to serve as an exciting supplement to the concepts you are teaching in the classroom. All that, and convenience, too – the program is set from K-5th grade, and all programming will meet your classroom needs! Call (636) 938-5900 for more...

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Help the EWC win $150,000!

WE HAVE EXCITING NEWS! The Endangered Wolf Center has been invited to participate in a Holiday Giving Challenge, sponsored by Newman’s Own Foundation, during which we have the opportunity to win a grand prize of $150,000! The rules are simple and the reward is extraordinary, but we need your help to get there. Between Tuesday, November 21 and Wednesday, January 3, your donations to the EWC will be matched dollar for dollar through TWO matching grants, up to $50,000! And if we raise more donations than any of the other organizations in the Newman’s Own Foundation Holiday...

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“Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest” Screening Nov 9

“Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest” Screening in STL on Nov. 9 The Endangered Wolf Center is proud to be a part of the award-winning film “Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest” that will be shown at the St. Louis International Film Festival on Thursday, November 9.’ The screening begins at 6 pm; Dean Cannon, the film’s director Alan Lacy, and Regina Mossotti, Director of Animal Care and Conservation at the Endangered Wolf Center, will be seated on a panel after the screening to answer questions about the film and critically endangered Mexican wolves....

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