Uno was adopted with his brother Murphy and his cousin Farley in July of 2017. We adopted Uno from Montana at 3 months old, which is a little older than we usually like to get puppies, but he was imprinted on humans, so he fits in great with our pack! Uno is the cuddliest of his brothers; he loves being pet and played with. Uno likes to chase his brother and other pack mates and sometimes his curiosity can get him into some tight spots. Uno is a breath of fresh air and we couldn’t have asked for a better addition to our pack! He can now be found sharing an enclosure with our oldest wolf at the center, Mack.
Flora is our gentle, wise wolf. Her confidence and curiosity show through, and she always interested in learning about the world around her. Although she can be very independent, Flora loves her pack mates, and treats everyone with respect and kindness. She has a loving nature, and is very affectionate with staff and new friends. Because of her strong and caring behaviour, Flora is our Wolf Ambassador, taking over the role Aspen held before she passed away. She now gets to travel to schools and other facilities to help others understand about wolf behaviour and to educate people about conservation. Flora loves these exciting trips, but always looks forward to coming home to her family.
Farley was adopted with his 2 cousins; Uno & Murphy in July of 2017. We adopted Farley from Montana at 3 months old, which is a little older than we usually like to get puppies, but he was socially imprinted on humans, so he fits in perfectly with our pack! Farley has a great big personality, he is a bit of a playful trickster. He likes to come up behind you and push at your bum. Farley likes to play with his cousins and other pack mates, although he can be quite sneaky and a bit stubborn too! Farley is fun, playful, and clever, we are very lucky to have him in our pack! You can find Farley sharing an enclosure with his best pal Murphy.
Mack was rescued from a facility that was being shut down. Unfortunately, his previous owners had chosen to not imprint him, so Mack will always be less comfortable around humans than the rest of our wolves. Although this may be the case, Mack is still very happy here. Mack shares his large enclosure with his packmate, Uno. They can hide and play, and have an elaborate den to escape to. Mack is our curious wolf, and even though he is fairly shy around humans, he always wants to know what’s going on around his enclosure, and is always looking for a chance to fool around. He is incredibly playful, and watches ravens from his perch atop his den.
Scrappy Dave is one of our oldest wolves, along with his sister, Flora. Despite his lanky and gentle appearance, this bright blonde wolf has a lot of attitude. Scrappy Dave still looks to his sister for comfort and guidance, and is most confident while she’s around. He is still a fun-loving and curious wolf, and with his sister, chases ravens and squirrels around the enclosure to play. Scrappy shares an enclosure with Flora and our youngest wolf at the centre, Honi.
Murphy was adopted with his brother Uno and his cousin Farley in July of 2017. We adopted Murphy from Montana at 3 months old, which is a little older than we usually like to get puppies, but he was imprinted on humans, so he fits in great with our pack!
Murphy can be shy at times, he likes to stand back to assess the situation but once his brothers make a move, Murphy will leap into action! Murphy likes to play with his brothers and other pack mates, and once he decides he likes you, he loves to cuddle. Murphy is fun and loving, we are very lucky to have him in our pack!
Born in 2020, Honi is the only wild born wolf our centre has had. Since missing her socialization period she is more timid, shy and aloof of humans, but thanks to her enclosure mates Dave and Flora, she is growing more confident with people every day. Honi is a playful pup, who keeps Flora and Dave on their toes. She loves running around the enclosure with Flora and trying to sneak food from Dave. She is a very sweet girl with a big personality and a perfect addition to our centre.
Honi was found by a man on a logging road in the Crowsnest Pass, which borders on BC and AB. She was very sick when found, dehydrated, anemic, starving and her pack was nowhere to be found. Later, it was discovered that she also had the Parvo virus. The man picked her up and turned her over to Officer John Clarke of the Fish and Wildlife office in Blairemore, AB. Once in John Clarke’s hands, Honi was taken to a vet in Fort McLeod. She was nursed to health over the next two weeks while John Clarke and his partner, Christie, fought for her life. In Alberta, any predator that is found sick or injured is supposed to be killed under Alberta law. Thankfully, after lots of government paperwork, Honi was approved and brought to start her new life in BC at the age of 2 months.