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Messy Play Day is Oct. 12

The Endangered Wolf Center’s first ever Messy Play Day was such a hit that another has been scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 12, 2014. The first Messy Play Day, on Sunday, June 29, gave children ranging from the newly walking to age 5 a chance to play with mud, dirt, sand, water and paint, among other things. More than 80 kids participated, with more than 100 parents watching over them. The next Messy Play Day — Sunday Oct. 12, 2014 — also will be for toddlers through age 5. The cost for Messy Play Day is $8 per child. Parents are free. Messy Play Day will start at 9 a.m. Sunday...

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Charity Polo 2014 is approaching fast!

The St. Louis Polo Club’s third annual polo match to benefit the Endangered Wolf Center will be held Saturday, June 14, at the Blue Heron Farms Polo Club in Defiance, Mo. This event falls on Father’s Day weekend and provides a wonderful way to celebrate with a special dad and offers a rare chance to see this thrilling, fast-paced sport in action. There will also be delicious food, drink and lots of activities for both adults and kids, including a dove release, photo booth, bounce house and exciting kids’ parade at halftime. General admission is $25 per carload. A select number of VIP tickets...

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Summer 2014 Business Internship

Summer 2014 Business Intern The Endangered Wolf Center is seeking a student intern with an interest and aptitude in business, accounting and marketing to help develop and implement strategies in these areas and perform essential duties. The position is unpaid and will continue through August.  Candidates must be actively enrolled in an undergraduate program at an accredited local university. Days and hours are flexible according to the intern’s academic schedule, but should generally fall during regular business hours. The Endangered Wolf Center is a non-profit 501c(3) located in Eureka,...

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Perkins

Perkins

I am…laid back, gentle and protective. I am a noble father, a loyal mate and a patriarch of descendants who may one day run free in the wilds of North America. I am Perkins. Perkins was born in the spring of 2005 at the Endangered Wolf Center. His litter was one of the first successful artificially inseminated litters to be born in the Mexican gray wolf captive population. Perkins’ mom, Frijole, one of the most genetically important females in the population at the time, had lived with her mate Alano for five years, but Alano was no longer a good genetic match for her. Alano and Frijole had...

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Inapa

Inapa

I am…shy, quiet, strong. I am a survivor. I’ve overcome great challenges in my life with the kind of courage and resilience I hope to pass on to future generations. I am Inapa. The name Inapa (E’-nah-pah) is Lakota Sioux for “one who has overcome hardship.” Just three months after her birth on April 26, 2007, Inapa was found missing part of her leg. She was rushed to the St. Louis Zoo where she received world class veterinary care. Unfortunately, her injuries put her at risk for infection and meant that her leg had to be amputated. While at the zoo for recovery, Inapa proved to be a fast...

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