"M1803" or "Moose" as he was named by Wolf Conservation Center staff, was born at the WCC in May 2010 along with his brother M1804 ("Thicket"). Once they were old enough, Thicket moved to St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge off the coast of Florida and Moose moved to the Beardsley Zoo in Connecticut. While at the Zoo Moose met and fell in love with F1563 ("Salty") and they had three pups in 2014. The new family needed more space to grow so they came to the WCC in December 2014 and it's a good thing they did because Salty gave birth to 7 pups in May 2015. Unfortunately two pups passed away but the family is doing very well and the 5 pups are healthy and rambunctious. If you would like to learn more about Red Wolves and care to contribute to keeping this beautiful breed of wolf from becoming extinct. Visit http://nywolf.org
This painting is available and $100 of the proceeds goes towards adopting M1803 "Moose"
I want to make it one of my life's missions to protect endangered animals from extinction. There's many other animals on the verge of extinction as well. I feel that wolves are closest to my heart so I'll start here. Small steps. We're all struggling to survive. The struggle is sacred. And we struggle together to do whet no man can do alone.
12" x 16"
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