Adopt A Wolf

$30.00$1,000.00

Deshka arrived at the AWCC in 2015. She gets her name from a river found in the Matanuska-Susitna Valley in south-central Alaska. Deshka, along with Bri, was born at Triple D Game Farm, an accredited zoological facility in Montana – but the two have no relation. Deshka has thrived since arriving at AWCC. She is naturally shy, but she has become the leader of our pack. She can often be found howling at the Alaska railroad trains as they chug through daily!

Bri arrived at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center in 2016. She gets her name in reference to the Bering Strait Bridge. She was brought to AWCC for the specific purpose of becoming ambassadors for their species. Bri loves working with our animal care staff, training for educational programs, and playing with Deshka. She can often be found sleeping on the roof of the hut found in her enclosure.

Lothario (pronounced La-Thar-E-O) was born in 2015 and came to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center in 2016. His name comes from a charming and seductive male character from a play during the 1700s. He is a black phase wolf, and, along with our other male wolf, Dirus, comes from the Zoological Wildlife Conservation Center in Oregon. Lothario loves to play and you will most likely see him with a toy or ball in his mouth.

Dirus (pronounced Deer-Us) was born in 2015 and came to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center in 2016. Dirus’ name comes from a Game of Thrones character, Dire Wolf, whose fictional name is Canis Dirus. He is a gray Hudson Bay wolf and, along with our other male wolf, Lothario, comes from the Zoological Wildlife Conservation Center in Oregon. He can often be found rolling in the grass or bathing in the sun.

All of our wolves were born in captivity for the purpose of being ambassadors for their species. Through the years, wolves have been given a “bad name” due to portrayals in folklore, films, and the media. We hope that by educating the public about the beauty and uniqueness of wolves, we can help shine a light on how special these animals really are.

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By adopting an animal at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, you can enjoy animal parenthood without all the work! Our professional staff will provide a special diet, environment, and veterinary care that your animal requires. You’ll enjoy wonderful benefits with each adoption level, as well as the satisfaction of knowing that you are helping to provide a good home for your selected animal at the AWCC.

Adoption Levels & Benefits:

“THE SKULK” (a group of foxes) | $30
The Go Green option!

  • Digital Adoption certificate
  • Digital quarterly newsletter
  • If purchasing as a gift, please include recipient’s email in the “Order Notes” at checkout.

Tax-deductible amount $30.

“THE SNEAK” (a group of wolverines) | $50

  • Adoption certificate
  • Animal plush toy
  • Animal playing card
  • digital quarterly newsletter

Tax-deductible amount $25.

“THE PRICKLE” (a group of porcupines) | $100

  • Adoption certificate
  • Animal playing card
  • Animal plush toy
  • Digital quarterly newsletter

Tax-deductible amount $75.

“THE YOKE” (a group of muskoxen) | $100

  • Adoption certificate
  • Animal playing card
  • T-shirt (please indicate size)
  • Digital quarterly newsletter

adult sizes: S M L XL XXL

Tax-deductible amount $60.

“THE GANG” (a group of wood bison) | $500

  • Adoption certificate
  • AWCC’s Guidebook
  • A reusable tote bag
  • Animal plush toy
  • T-shirt (please indicate size)
  • And the digital quarterly newsletter

adult sizes S M L XL XXL

Tax-deductible amount $440.

“THE PARLIAMENT” (a group of owls) | $1,000

  • Adoption certificate
  • AWCC’s Guidebook
  • A Walk on the Wild Side tour for 4 people
  • Digital quarterly newsletter

Tax-deductible amount $550.

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