Meet the Wolves

Wolf Education - Tundra

Tundra

Tundra was born in March 2007. She came to us at three weeks of age. People were amazed at her beauty, so for the past nine years we have been educating students and adults on the value of the wolf in ecosystems. Tundra leaves a lasting impression on all the people who see her and they comment on her beauty and grace.

Wolf Advocacy - Nahanni

Nahanni

Nahanni is almost a full Arctic wolf. He is named after the rugged National Park and river in the NWT. His parentage originates from northern Ellesmere Island in the High Arctic. As an Arctic wolf-dog, he is very shy and socially aloof. But he is a big soft-hearted boy and loves his 10-15 minute tummy rubs.

Wolf advocacy & education - Mahikan

Mahikan

Mahikan (means wolf in the Cree language) is a black wolf-dog. She is a very sweet, active girl. Mahikan can be quite an intense animal and I call her my sweet little wolverine.

Wolf education and advocacy - Stqe:ye

Stqe:ye

Stqe:ye was born on May 5, 2019.  Her name is wolf in the Coast Salish Language. A typical wolf she shuns any human contact.

Wolf Education & Advocacy - Denali

Denali

Denali was also born on May 5. He is named after the National Park in Alaska.  He is much more social than his sister.

“I hope I can help other people to see the wolf for what it is: one more magnificent species, superbly adapted to contend with its harsh environment, and highly deserving of our understanding and acceptance.”

L. David Mech