and how you can adopt one too
Nicola and I met online through a Facebook post of a Black Wolf photo taken June 2019 in Squaw Valley, CA. I shared our remarkable story here about how this wolf image ignited our friendship and led to us ultimately getting married 2 years and 3 months later.
This past Christmas 2021, Nicola and I received an incredible gift from our Aunt, Allison Fox, who thoughtfully adopted a black male wolf from the Wolf Conservation Center, in our name. Meet Zephyr, (pictured above and below).
The Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) teaches people about wolves, their relationship to the environment and the human role in protecting their future.
Please take a look at this worthy organization and share with a friend. The images below are assets we received from the donation Allison generously made in our behalf.
We encourage you to consider adopting, or sponsoring a wolf for yourself or someone you love. It's a truly special gift with an enormous positive impact on these beautiful and misunderstood animals.
Let's re-educate ourselves about wolves. They're not the villains the media makes them out to be, as this recent article in Outside magazine suggests.
To get an idea - and be blown away - how the reintroduction of wolves in Yellowstone National Park created a cascade of ecological change, including bringing back aspen and vegetation, watch this.
Think about it. Learn more about wolves and their vital role in our environment. Donate. Sponsor a wolf for a friend. Share this with your network.
You can make a difference. Visit the Wolf Conservation Center for more information.
[Thank you, Allison, Nicola and I are grateful!]