Wolf Rescue at the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center

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WOLF RESCUE

Amanda travels to Divide, Colorado to learn about reestablishing the wolf population in the Southwest. She learns about the history of the wolf and hears the sound of the wolf pack as they bid her good-bye.

Links to Fun Websites include The Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center, National Geographic for Kids, International Wolf Center, The Defenders of Wildlife and a site to teach you how to draw a wolf. Check out our Learning Center for questions and extended activities.

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Learning Activities for Wolf Rescue at the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center

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Other Fun Websites

  • Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center

    Learn more about wolves and the work of the Colorado Wolf and WIldlife Center by visiting this website.


  • National Geographic for Kids

    The maned wolf, a distant relative of the more familiar gray and red wolves, lives in South America. ... It's no stretch to find fun facts on The National Geographic for Kids site!


  • The International Wolf Center

    The International Wolf Center advances the survival of wolf populations by teaching about wolves. Click here for the Wild Kids section tol find fun facts and stories about wolves. You will need Adobe's free Acrobat Reader to view these PDF files.


  • How To Draw a Wolf

    Wolves are so fierce and cool animals that you want to know how to draw them, right? Here's a 6 step lesson to help you draw a wolf’s head.


  • Sheppard Software offers educational games and activities for kids of all ages. Wolves are mammals. Learn more about wolves and other mammals on this site.
  • Ask Janice

    Are there really werewolves? How did this idea get started? Wolves are predators, but what is a predator? Wolves and dogs look alike. What is the difference between a wolf and a dog. Do you have questions about wolves? ASK JANICE, author of more than fifty books on science, science fair projects, and math. Visit her Fun Science Website.


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  • Wolf
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