Wolf People’s wolves went on an egg hunt, well kinda, sorta…lol. Here they are sniffing, analyzing and tearing their eggs to shreds. Hanta Yo looks particularly upset with his egg.
“I think Hanta expected to be given a steak treat on today’s Easter Tour @ Wolf People, not an Easter Egg!”
“Hanta inspects further… ” “And decides to attack the egg anyway!”
HANTA YO and his soul mate LEGACY
Legacy: “I am much too much of a princess to eat that!”
or “If i act uninterested, maybe he’ll leave one for me…”
Niwa is a Timber wolf, age 3 (and the nicest wolf i have ever met ;D) He is the “pack clown” … always doing something funny. Named “Niwa” because he is the mascot for the Northern Idaho Wolf Alliance, who advocates for his relatives in the wild.
“Now if i roll this just right it will drop into my water bucket…”
She is 1/2 Arctic 1/2 Timber Wolf , just turning 5 years old
“Hey…what’s this? Niwa left something uneaten? Unbelieveable!”
These are ambassador wolves that people see up close, inspiring them to want to help wolves in the wild. Having the wolves gives us the opportunity to educate the public about them. We take the wolves to schools and events for educational outreach and schools tour the Wolf People facility.
Wolf People’s wolves are often photographed and filmed , including two Australian documentaries and National Geographic.
Wolf People has been educating the public about wolves since 1993.
Ann Sydow (Co-Chair Northern Idaho Wolf Alliance)
Wolf Comments: Courtesy Ann Sydow
Wolf Photos: Courtesy Ann Sydow
Easter Eggs and Easter Bunny Photos: Courtesy Wikimedia Commons
Wolf People Logo Courtesy of WP (Nancy Taylor)
Posted in: Gray Wolves
Tags: Easter, Wolf People, NIWA, MAIAH, LEGACY, HANTA YO, beautiful wolves, Nancy Taylor, Ann Sydow