Last Of Four Wolves To Escape Wildlife Science Center FoundThe last of four wolves to escape the Wildlife Science Center last week was found Friday morning.
Search Continues After Wolves Escape Wildlife Center North Of Twin CitiesThe escape happened after workers took away the sole newborn pup from the alpha female of the pack, named Iris. The move triggered four members of the pack to dig their ways out.
4 Wolves Escape Minnesota Wildlife Center After Pup Taken From PackFour wolves escaped from a wildlife center northeast of the Twin Cities last week, and half are now believed to be dead.
Wolf Pups Under the Microscope In Bottle-Feeding StudyThe sound of wolves howling is a common one at the Wildlife Science Center in Columbus. But that haunting sound has been eclipsed lately by the sounds of whimpering puppies.
Minnesota Wildlife Center Says The DNR Is Evicting ThemA nonprofit that cares for rescued and endangered animals is being evicted by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. The Wildlife Science Center has leased the land in Forest Lake since 1991. The DNR says they had to act.
Nature Wows At The Wildlife Science Center It is an unmistakable sound in nature. A chorus of voices we don't often get to hear up close, let alone see in person. But at the Wildlife Science Center in Columbus, visitors can witness this unique melody while learning at the same time. "Our mission is science education for kids that makes it fun," said Peggy Callahan, the center's executive director.
1 Of MN's TV Celebrity Wolves Passes AwayThe four-legged TV star of Animal Planet's "Growing Up Wolf" – who called Minnesota her home – has died, according to the Wildlife Science Center. Rosalyn was born in 1998 at the center in Columbus, Minn., rose up through the ranks, and ended up leading her pack and raising pups of her own
Catch The Sled Dogs At The Wildlife Science CenterSome sled dogs have fur that can withstand temperatures 55 degrees below zero.
Minnesota Zoo Defends Shooting Of Escaped WolfThree days after Minnesota Zoo handlers shot and killed an endangered wolf that escaped its enclosure, officials there are still defending their actions to residents who wonder why the wolf couldn't just have been tranquilized.