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When visiting Wolf Camp, you’ll not only meet wolves but some of the animals we’ve created interpretive signs describing below. Click on an image to expand them!

Wolves have many distinctive behaviors that help us learn about them and their habitat. For example, did you know that the way a wolf holds its tail can be a form of communication? Or have you ever wondered why canines like to roll in stinky stuff? Click through to Wolf Behavior 101 to get more insight into these behaviors and lots of others that you might not have even thought of!

Everyday people ask our biologist Jeremy questions about wolves and their environment along with many other varied questions. We will be adding his answers to your questions here in our Ask the Biologist section. Stay tuned and check back often as we post more answered questions here.

What is it worth to engage with the next generation with the promise of deep convictions and actions that make environmental stewardship a societal norm? What if that could be done in an inspiring and engaging way? We think it can.