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Wolves Give Life

This gorgeous video comes courtesy of Shelley Coldiron, executive director of W.O.L.F.,  and Amelia Curzon, who blogs at Mungai and the Goa Constrictor  The video explores the ways in which wolves are regenerating the ecosystem in Yellowstone National Park and … Continue reading

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Sanctuary – More than a Safe Haven

What makes an animal refuge a sanctuary? from Wikipedia: A sanctuary, in its original meaning, is a sacred place, such as a shrine. By the use of such places as a safe haven, by extension the term has come to … Continue reading

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A Visit to W.O.L.F.

Last week I visited W.O.L.F., the sanctuary in the Colorado mountains.  (The fundraiser I described in my last post was held near but not at the sanctuary.)  W.O.L.F. is located on a private road, and the landowner restricts traffic to … Continue reading

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