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Nov/Dec 2018 and Sep/Oct 2018
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, there will be fewer updates than usual. The wolves are still receiving excellent care from our volunteers, there are just fewer of them on site.
A foggy day
5th September 2021A glorious Indian summer of a day at the wolf Trust today, making up for a so-so August. As the evenings are starting to draw in, the wolves’ winter coats are startIng to grow. Their tails have suddenly bushed out from close cropped whips to gorgeous full brushes and they have all taken on a fuzzy, soft-at-the-edges appearance which is very appealing. They are all well and are looking good as they get themselves ready for winter.
25th July 2021Sunday was a cloudy, humid day, in contrast to the week before. We started, as usual, with a quick run-down of the day, then set off with the Beenhams. They set off as if powered by rockets, keen to explore the outside world. They zipped round the first third of the walk but slowed down a bit as we reached the top field. The walk itself was largely uneventful, without much in the way of rolling on smelly things (Tala rolled on something, but it didn't smell to us!)
3rd July 2021An overcast and humid day at the Trust - luckily most of the wolves are now in their summer coats and weather doesn’t bother them. Mai is hanging onto her winter coat still but it’s not unusual for her to do that until late July. And as a lady of a certain age, a little extra covering is welcome.