Arizona Game & Fish
The Arizona Game and Fish Department has been actively involved in reintroducing Mexican wolves to portions of their historical range for many years.
Photo Credit: Lee Kirchevel
Defenders of Wildlife
National organization supporting restoration of wildlife and ecosystems by focusing on endangered predators.
Endangered Wolf Center
The Endangered Wolf Center's mission is to preserve and protect Mexican gray wolves, red wolves and other endangered canids with purpose and passion through carefully managed breeding, reintroduction, research and inspiring education programs.
Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest
The film Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest explores the conservation efforts of the Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery Program.
Portuguese sanctuary dedicated to preserving the wolf and its ecosystem in Portugal.
International Wolf Center
Excellent educational resource about wolves from around the world, including educational programs, wolf behavior curriculum and current wolf issues.
Isle Royale Wolves
Information on the wolves and moose of Isle Royale, including articles, essays, annual reports, and photo galleries.
L. David Mech's Website
Wolf Expert, L. David Mech's website with wolf news, articles, and current studies.
Living With Wolves
Living with Wolves is dedicated to raising broad public awareness of the truth about wolves, their social nature, their importance to healthy ecosystems, and the threats to their survival. We build tolerance that can lead to coexistence between people and wolves sharing the same land.
Lockwood Animal Rescue Center (LARC)
Non-kill facility, forever home of rescued high content wolves and other animals. Home of Warriors and Wolves and ParrotCare.org (both recognized for helping soldiers with recovery from PTSD).
A French nonprofit organization about wolves trying to show that wolves and humans can live together in a sustainable development view.
Mexican Wolf Recovery Program, USFWS
Stay up to date on the recovery of one of the rarest land mammals in the world. Check Press releases, Facts about Mexican Gray wolves and Notes from the Field. This Web Page had abundant information about the Mexican Gray wolf and federal recovery efforts underway.
MexicanWolves.org is a collaborative effort of local, regional, and national conservation, scientific and sportsmen's organizations, and concerned citizens using the Internet to help save the endangered Mexican gray wolf.
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
Resources on non-lethal measures to minimize wolf-livestock conflict.
Ralph Maughan's Wolf Reports
Ralph Maughan's blog about wildlife news and the Yellowstone and Idaho wolf reintroduction.
Red Wolves of Alligator River
Join the North Carolina Zoo on an interactive project to preserve and study the Red Wolf in North Carolina.
USFWS Gray Wolf
Species profile for the North American gray wolf. This page includes natural history, listing statuses for each gray wolf population, and action plans.
USFWS Red Wolf
Learn more about the Red Wolf Recovery Project.
Wildlife Conservation Network
WCN protects endangered species and preserves their natural habitats by supporting entrepreneurial conservationists who pursue innovative strategies for people and wildlife to co-exist and thrive.
Wolf Conservation Center
Located in New York, the WCC promotes wolf conservation by teaching about wolves, their relationship to the environment, and the human role in protecting their future. WCC participates in Mexican Wolf SSP and the Red Wolf SSP.
Wolf Education & Research Center
The WERC seeks to enhance public awareness of threatened species in the region and to develop in concert with residents ways to coexist with these species.
Wolf Haven International
Wolf Haven International's mission includes: protecting wild wolves and their habitat; promoting wolf reestablishment in historic ranges; providing a sanctuary for captive wolves; and educating the public on the value of all wildlife.
Wolf Center located in Indiana, focusing on behavioral studies. Web Site has good information on wolf and canine behavior.
Wolf Recovery Foundation
Wolf Recovery Foundation fosters the heritage of wild wolves by advocating for their return to suitable habitat. This is accomplished through education and outreach and through programs that provide non-lethal techniques to control depredation and bring about cooperation, understanding, and acceptance.
Yellowstone Wolf Genome Project
The Yellowstone Wolf Genome Project utilizes genetics to provide a better understanding of: wolf behavior, survival and reproductive fitness; genetic health of the overall population; and dispersal patterns and appropriate management strategies. Please visit this site to learn more about how you can help wild wolves.
This site shall provide the ultimate resource for images of the wolf. In both color and artistic black and white, photographic prints are available which depict everything from beautiful portraits to hunting, howling, numerous social interactions and even pups.
Other Helpful Resources
Photo Credit: Bonnie McDonald
California Wolf Center HPWREN Acoustic Sensor
The High Performance Wireless Research and Education Network (HPWREN) and the California Wolf Center have teamed up to collect acoustic data on the wolves. Listen in and you might get to hear them howl!
Wildlife Art of Vic Bearcroft
The canine and wildlife art of Vic Bearcroft, including some portraits of the resident wolves of the California Wolf Center.
Images of Nature Gallery
Photography of Thomas D. Mangelsen
The beautiful town our wolves call home! What else to do and where to stay while visiting the Wolf Center - Historic Julian is quite a destination!
Julian's Pine Hills Lodge
Since 1912, the Pine Hills Lodge has provided the perfect setting for a relaxing getaway. This beautifully restored, rustic lodge is located just 3 miles from downtown Julian.
Kevin Nahler Photography
Photography from Yellowstone National Park and other North American wild lands.
Mt. Helix Park Foundation
Celebrating and preserving the Crown Jewel of East County.
My Green World
My Green World is an educational game dedicated to improving the welfare of animals, environments, and precious ecosystems around the world.
Web Geek Science
A Romanian translation about the California Wolf Center wolves.
Lee Kirchhevel Photography
Stunning wildlife and landscape photography from the western United States.
The Exotic Animal Feeding Resource
Preview of Nature's new season: learn all about wildlife and the world we live in.
Tony Shelfo Photography
Photographer Tony Shelfo shares his vision of the California Wolf Center wolves.
The Other Side of the Wolf
An engaging and unique board game designed by a youth group to teach about the environment and stereotypes that wolves face.
The Total Yellowstone Page
A wonderful and comprehensive site for all things Yellowstone, including the latest wolf activity.
U.S. Department of Interior New Releases
The latest news from the USDOI.
Wolf Quest Game
California Wolf Center and WolfQuest partner up: play an exciting and educational game suitable for kids of all ages!