Our Spring semester 2021 is about to finish. It is a bitter sweet time for us this year, as we are also saying farewell to a few of our dear students whose families are moving out of state. Before the kiddos move away onto new adventures we wanted to give them another special experience to carry in their hearts after we part ways — a meet and greet with wolves.
In case you haven’t seen it in our previous posts, about twice a year we get together with the wolves (and people 🙂 ) of the Colorado Wolf Adventures for some close time with the wolves, as a part of learning about the role of predators in an eco-system, and the incredibly valuable role of the wolves specifically.
Our last 2 meet-and-greet with wolves had to be cancelled due to all restrictions around COVID. And so we were very excited that with the latest changes to COVID restrictions it became possible for us to get together with the majestic animals, before some of our students move off onto new exciting things in their lives!
Activities and educational resources about wolves
If you’d like to see examples of various activities we’ve done over the years while learning about wolves or see a selection of great educational resources on this subject then head to Learning About Wolves post.
Our latest meet-and-greet with the wolves
And here are the few more photos from our latest time with the incredible animals. As always, we are incredible grateful to Colorado Wolf Adventures for making these meetings possible. And if you are in search of a special gift to your loved one or wish to offer a unique experience to some of your guests — look into the wolf walks offered by Colorado Wolf Adventures in Garden of the Gods park.