by Mark MacAllister
April 20, 2012
The Wolf Conservation Center (WCC), based in South Salem, New York, is operating several cameras that allow visitors to the WCC website an opportunity to observe four pairs of captive wolves—two Mexican wolf pairs and two red wolf pairs.
WCC staff are hoping that each pair will mate successfully and produce pups in late spring 2012. Anyone interested in watching a pair, either in its enclosure or, perhaps, in a den, can see the webcam images using the following links:
- "Biographies" of the four pairs
- Mexican wolves M740 and F749 [enclosure] [den]
- Red wolves M1394 and F1291 [enclosure] [den]
- Mexican wolves M805 and F837 [enclosure] [den]
- Red wolves F1397 and M1483 [enclosure] [den]
About the author:
Mark MacAllister is the Project Coordinator for Field Trip Earth.
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