October 2015

October's Newsletter is on-line

  • 2015 Yellowstone Adventure - by Bill Chamberlain
  • U.S. Wolf Refuge Receives Check from Petfolio's Art Paws Event
  • Pack Member of the Month "Bandit"
  • A New Entrance Sign to the U.S. Wolf Refuge
  • Wolf Awareness Week October 19-25, 2015
  • OR-7 Documentary Showing in Santa Rosa
  • Two Wolves Found Dead in Oregon Raises Poaching Suspicions
  • Upcoming Events

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Friday Oct. 16 at 6:30 PM - Camilla Fox, Founder & Executive Director of Project Coyote (& 2014 Conservationist of the Year from the John Muir Society) will introduce a film and lead a discussion about how we can better coexist with wildlife including coyotes (one of the most hunted species in killing contests) and why coyotes are ecologically important, offering specific tips that ranchers and homeowners can take to better coexist with wildlife. She will also discuss coyote contest hunts and why they are ecologically and ethically indefensible.

Nevada Humane Society Education Room, 2825 Longley Lane, Reno

Trish Swain, info@trailsafe.org (775)425-0403

Help Support the U.S. Wolf Refuge ... more info.

The US Wolf Refuge "Adopt-a-Wolf" Program

Adopt a Wolf package

A fantastic gift for one of your children or grandchildren. Introduce them to the world of wolves & wolf-dogs.

Click here and start today, get your Adopt-a-Wolf package

U. S. Wolf Refuge Education Program

A Renewed Focus on On The Truth Surrounding These Magnificent Creatures.

Bill at Lincoln Park School

Programs are presented at schools, colleges, university's, wildlife conservation groups, libraries, community organizations, veterinarian offices, humane societies, animal welfare groups, animal control agencies, and other public groups where our message can be heard. To learn more about having the United States Wolf Refuge present for your organization, please contact us.

Read more on the U.S. Wolf Refuge Education Program

Wolf & Wolf-Hybrid Placement

Wolves and Wolf-hybrids are magnificent animals that many see as a status symbol. Before you consider getting one, read Bill Chamberlain's Placement Guide. It will give you some great insight and guidance.

Gain some more insight by reading "Find Your Wolf a New Home" by Bill Chamberlain. Download the Adoption Questionnaire and / or the the Adoption Agreement.

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