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Alaska Wildlife Alliance

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The Alaska Wildlife Alliance is the only group in Alaska solely dedicated to the protection of Alaska's wildlife. Our mission is the protection of Alaska's natural wildlife for its intrinsic value as well as for the benefit of present and future generations.

 

Bonkers

Bonkers in St. Andrews ScotlandBonkers in St. Andrews Scotland

Bonkers is the award-winning gift retailer in St. Andrews, Scotland, established in 1983. They have a large selection of innovative, fun and beautiful gifts, such as the fabulous Jellycat range of soft toys, all of which are available on their "easy-to-use" online shopping section. Bonkers also welcomes you to their site with a wonderful photo gallery and information section about St. Andrews, where you can view ancient cathedrals and learn about the long history of this area in Scotland. Their web site is fascinating. Please visit it soon!

 

Call Of The Wild

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Experience the wilderness of Canada's Algonquin Park by exploring the waterways on canoe trips or traversing the wilds on dog sled expeditions. Call Of The Wild has been providing award-winning holidays since 1993, and offers a unique view of the "real" wilderness of Canada. If you've never camped in the wild before, or if you are just visiting Canada, then this is an experience you can't afford to miss!

 

Canadian Centre For Wolf Research

Canadian Centre For Wolf Research

Canadian Centre For Wolf Research

Canadian Centre For Wolf Research

Our website continues to enjoy a healthy level of attendance by visitors young and old. The most frequently visited page is www.wolfca.com/SocialOrg.html. Here you will find an informative and concise digest of various forms of wolf behaviour. We suspect that the information is put to use in work ranging from grade school reports all the way to post graduate papers. That's why it is posted so feel free. We trust that the author of the piece is receiving full credit in your footnotes.

 

Canid Specialist Group

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The Canid Specialist Group (CSG) is the world's chief body of scientific and practical expertise on the status and conservation of all canid species. Nine of the 36 canid taxa are threatened: Darwin's fox, island fox and red wolf are listed as Critically Endangered, while Ethiopian wolf, African wild dog and dhole are Endangered. Other are rare and even declining, while many wild canids are too common for their own good, and thus are involved in major wildlife management issues (such as disease transmission, predation on livestock, sport hunting, fur trade).

 

Colorado Wolf and Wildilfe Center

The Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center is one of the very few sanctuaries in the entire United States which has been certified by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA). With this title we are able to go beyond education and into application. CWWC actively participates in the Species Survival Program by providing a home to a pair of endangered Mexican Grey Wolves and four Swift Fox.

 

International Wolf Center

The International Wolf Center advances the survival of wolf populations by
teaching about wolves, their relationship to wild lands and the human role
in their future.

 

Lioncrusher's Domain

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This in an animal information site where you will find natural history and behavior, images, and range maps for a wide variety of mammalian species.

 

Oil Lamp Parts

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Supplier of wide variety of oil lamp parts: brass oil burner, lamp collar, glass lampshade (lamp shade), oil font, wall bracket, tripod, chimney, wick, side fill spout and cap, tripods (spider), prism, chain, smoke bell, and ball shade holder for oil or kerosene lamps, including miniature (mini) oil lamps.

 

Ralph Maughan's Wildlife Reports

Ralph Maughan's Wildlife Reports

Dr. Ralph Maughan is a specialist in natural resource and environmental policies and politics. With support from the Wolf Recovery Foundation, Ralph has amassed an incredible amount of accurate and balanced information about wolves and wolf recovery, including current news and topics. His Wildlife Reports are "the place" to find information about wolves, and I encourage everyone interested in these animals, as well as other wildlife, to visit his site.

 

W. O. L. F.

Founded by Frank and Patricia Wendland, W.O.L.F. as been a home to abused or abandoned wolves and wolf-dog hybrids since 1995. This non-profit organization has nursed numerous animals back to health, often with startling results. The before and after pictures found on their web site are remarkable. They also educate the public about the true nature of these often misunderstood animals.

 

Wolf Mountain Sanctuary

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Wolf Mountain Sanctuary is a non-profit, educational organization dedicated to the preservation, protection and proper management of wolves in the wild and in captivity. Our purpose and ultimate goal is to save these great noble animals from extinction.

 

Wolf Park

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Wolf Park is a nonprofit education and research facility which was established in 1972 by Dr. Erich Klinghammer. They conduct research and seminars on wolf behavior, particularly reproductive and inter-pack social behavior.

 

Wolf Sanctuary of PA

In the heart of the Pennsylvania Dutch country, quietly secured on 20 plus acres of natural woodland, you will find the home of the Speedwell Wolves. For over 30 years the Darlington Family has offered refuge to Wolves who have found themselves without a place in the natural world. It has been over a hundred years since the last wild Wolf was known to exist in Pennsylvania.

   

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