There is an AMA (“ask me anything”) going on right now by a Reddit user that works at a wolf sanctuary. Pop in, read, learn something, or create an account and ask a question!
Go outside and look for animals. It’s the same as the first activity, but it’s fun and easy. Here are some little critters we find all the time around here.
If you have Comcast, there is a great movie and an interesting documentary coming on soon. Prehistoric Predators: Wolf is a documentary on NatGeo Wild that airs several times in the coming weeks. From the description: “Examining the extinction of the dire wolf, the largest wolf known to ever exist, …
So this site has been up for just over a week or two, and already we’re seeing some great results in searches for the phrase “save americas wolves”. Take a quick look at this screenshot of the Google results: You may need to enlarge it to see, but our young …
We found this interesting video on the USGS Multimedia Gallery, and it has been released into the public domain. More info about this particular video and how it was captured can be found here. For now, enjoy!