Mohawk, Wolf Ambassador Extraordinaire!

Ambassador wolf Mohawk, of Wolf People, Cocolalla, Idaho. He’s a beauty!!

“Mohawk’s howling for justice for his wild brothers”

Wolf People is a wolf education facility run by Nancy Taylor. Visit their website to learn more about Wolf People and their wolves. Mohawk will be happy to meet you!

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Photos: Courtesy of Wolf People

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Tags: Wolf People, gray wolf education, Mohawk


Published in: on May 8, 2011 at 12:13 am  Comments (7)  
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  1. Mohawk definitely has star quality 😀 Thanks, Nabeki, for featuring him and Wolf People! Wolf People has been working hard to educate the public about wolves for 18 years now and countless wolf fans were born after meeting the Wolf People wolves. Wolf People and Winchester Wolf Education Center are the only two wolf education centers in Idaho. Between gas prices, weather, the economy, and now many people threatening to boycott Idaho and Montana over the wolf hunts, these places need our support more than ever 😀


    • Ann, it’s my pleasure featuring Wolf People. Mohawk is a rock star and has more charisma then most people. Nancy built a wonderful organization and I urge people to visit Wolf People so they can experience wolves, which is a life changing experience.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,


  2. What a stunning wolf, and a wonderful ambassador of good will for his species. Heart howls and blessings to Wolf People and all Wolf Sanctuaries nation/world wide who give love and care to these magnificent animals.


    • Isn’t he beautiful WL?



  3. Mohawk is so beautiful~Thank you to all who are being a voice for the wolves~I support this totally~Love & Light to the wolves always~*


    • LIsa…..I love Mohawk, he is beautiful inside and out.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,


  4. My son and I go there every year. Visiting next week again! We totally love the pack. Two years ago, my son got to hold Tikaani when he was only 5 weeks old!


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