Colorado Wolf & Wildlife Center
This video was made to help promote the great work The Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center does in Divide, Colorado. We would like to thank their amazing staff for appearing on camera and helping educate people on the dangers these beautiful wolves are facing. The compassionate work they do in helping these wolves and other endangered species is in such great need these days. Unfortunately wolves are under great threat since the US Fish and Wildlife Service de-listed wolves and removed their protections. The Wolf and Wildlife center receives thousands of visitors annually and the staff at the center does a great job in educating the public and helping open more hearts and minds on the issues wolves are facing.
The Mission of the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center to educate the public through tours and programs about the importance of Wolves, Coyotes, and Foxes to our eco-system, educate the public about the importance of Preservation and Conservation of the forests, land, and water that supports wildlife, flora, and fauna for future generations to enjoy, and provide natural habitats and exceptional lives for the animals entrusted to our care since they cannot live in the wild.
The Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center is one of very few sanctuaries in the United States which has been certified by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA). With this title we are able to go beyond education and into application. CWWC actively participates in the Species Survival Program by providing a home to Mexican Grey Wolves and Swift Foxes. We also practice conservation in the sanctuary’s daily life by using environmentally friendly ink, biodegradable trash bags, participating in recycling programs, and adopting Twin Rocks Road to keep it trash free.
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