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Job Opening: Receptionist

We’re looking for a receptionist to join our team. Responsible for answering phones, booking reservations, greeting guests as they arrive, processing payments and other duties as assigned. This is a part-time, 16 hour-per-week position that will work two days each week (Sunday and Monday). Those days will remain the same each week. For a full job description, see document below. To apply please send cover letter and resume to Angelena Mathes, Guest Relations Manager, at [email protected] Due to the volume of applicants, phone calls will not be returned. Receptionist Job...

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Four EWC wolf pups make cross-fostering history

OVERCOMING MANY OBSTACLES: MEXICAN WOLF PUPS FLY TO AZ & NM TO HELP SAVE SPECIES IN FIRST DOUBLE FOSTER EVENT The Endangered Wolf Center, United States Fish and Wildlife Service and the Interagency Field Team—which is made up of biologists from the US Fish and Wildlife Service, Arizona Game and Fish Department, USDA Forest Service, USDA Wildlife Services, and the White Mountain Apache Tribe—collaborate to fly four 10-day-old pups born at the Center from St. Louis to their new families in the wilds of New Mexico and Arizona in the first ever double foster. The Endangered Wolf Center flew...

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Celebrate Lucky’s First Birthday May 6

The Lucky Number is One Lucky’s Story They grow up so fast! It was just one year ago that the Endangered Wolf Center welcomed maned wolf pup Lucky to our pack – and she’s been winning hearts ever since. Her story is one of surviving and thriving. Born at Zoo Boise to a mother who was unable to raise her litter, Lucky was the only surviving pup. The EWC was asked to step in because of our experience fostering other species of canids, and at just two weeks old, Lucky flew home to St. Louis where she’s been raised as an animal ambassador for her species. (For the complete story of how Lucky...

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Hike with us on National Trails Day June 2

Celebrate the American Hiking Society’s National Trails Day on Saturday, June 2, 2018 by joining us for a 4-mile hike through the Endangered Wolf Center. We’ll hike from the gatehouse down Igloo Road, up to the cave and back to the campfire for lunch – stopping to howl with the wolves along the way – then we’ll visit with one of our ambassador animals! While the hike is approximately four miles, it’s an easy trail, and everyone is welcome. The gates open at 10 a.m.and the hike starts promptly at 10:30 a.m. (No admittance after 10:30 a.m.) The price is $10...

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EWC Partners with BarkBox to Help the Wolves

We’re happy to announce a partnership with BarkBox, the monthly subscription service that sends all-natural dog treats and clever toys to spoiled dogs everywhere! We know our friends and EWC members are animal lovers whose family members include dogs, so we thought you might be interested in lending us a paw… When you sign up for a new subscription using our code SAVEWOLVES or by going to www.barkbox.com/savewolves, BarkBox will donate $25 to the EWC for every new subscription – and you’ll get 50% off your first box! We thank you for your support of the EWC – and your dog will thank...

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Celebrate International Lobo Week

Join us as we celebrate International Lobo Week, March 25-31, 2018. Twenty years ago this week, 11 captive-born Mexican wolves (knownas lobos) were released into the wilds of New Mexico and Arizona for the first time since they were nearly eradicated in the early twentieth century and officially declared and listed as endangered in the 1970s. In 1976, three years after the passage of the Endangered Species Act, the lobo was listed as an endangered species. With just seven Mexican wolves, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service joined with several zoological institutions to begin a captive...

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