December 2016

December's Newsletter is on-line

  • Volunteer of the Year
    Brittany Straw is one of the most remarkable and valuable members of the U.S. Wolf Refuge.
  • 2016 Year In Review
    This was a year with many exciting moments of progress in improving the lives of all the delightful critters that live here. It was also a year of tragedy and loss that causes us to reflect and focus on the lives of not only the animals that live here but all wildlife wherever they live.  read more...
  • WolfStock 2016
    The 2nd Annual WolfStock event orchestrated by Britt Straw on July 31st was held at the Potentialist Workshop in downtown Reno. This event had something for everyone. read more...
  • Pack Member of the Month - "Lokahi"
  • Siren Society Calendar Party
    This event was the culmination of hard work by a wide variety of people over the past 6 months. Lina Marie Herrada of the Siren Society and Nicole Ren'e of FreeEnergyForcce Photography blended their talents to produce this beautiful calendar. read more...
  • Letter From The Director
    2016 has been a remarkable year for the U.S. Wolf Refuge. We have accomplished more than ever before. Many volunteers worked their tails off in often inclement weather to get these things done. The various events we had were planned, scheduled and facilitated by volunteers who gave a great deal of their time, energy and resources. read more...

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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.

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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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