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Phone: 636-938-5900
P.O. Box 760
Eureka
Missouri 63025
USA
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Target demographics: conservation

Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: Come join the pack. Share your talents—be an educator, provide administrative assistance, maintenance skills, participate in research projects and more. Your time will help ensure a future for the critically endangered species at the Center.

Geographic areas served: St. Louis, Mo.

Programs: The Endangered Wolf Center offers a wide range of tours and nightime events for individuals and groups, programs for schools, Scout troops and camps for children. The Center's education programs are unique, informative and fun!

Mission:
Our vision is a world where wolves and other wild canids coexist with humans, thrive in native habitats and are valued for their vital roles as leading members of a healthy ecosystem. Our mission is to preserve and protect wolves, with purpose and passion, through carefully managed breeding, reintroduction and inspiring education programs.
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Founded by zoologist and TV host of "Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom" Dr. Marlin Perkins and his wife Carol, the Endangered Wolf Center, a 501c (3) nonprofit was the first conservation center in North America. The Center has helped recover two of the world’s most endangered wolves – the Mexican gray wolf and the red wolf. The Center has a well-known reputation for breeding and introducing releasable wolves into their native habitats to help restore harmony to their ecosystems.

The Endangered Wolf Center has also had marked husbandry success with other species of endangered canids, including swift foxes, African painted dogs, and South America’s maned wolf. It is a member of all of the Species Survival Plans and works closely with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Services. Because of the Center's dedication, it has become a leader in the field of canid behavioral, physiological and breeding behavior research. It is also the only Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) certified related wolf facility in the world.

Education plays a large role at the Center in communicating the importance of a healthy ecosystem, rich in biodiversity, where predators thrive and coexist with humans in harmony. Utilizing a strong core of trained volunteers, the staff of the Endangered Wolf Center works to increase the public understanding of conservation of species and ecosystems.

To learn more about our results visit http://www.endangeredwolfcenter.org/our-center-legacy/

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09/02/14
I think this organisation is well needed and yall are doin a fantastic job I only wish I knew how I could help and join the cause... more »
09/02/14
Wonderful organization that works really hard to help raise awareness about wolves and dispel the ridiculous myths about them that many people, unfortunately, believe. I love the fact that they concentrate on educating the public, especially children, through creative workshops and working directly ... more »
09/01/14
Awesome organization....a wonderful non-profit, working to protect and preserve our wolves from the threats facing them... more »
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