Welcome to the Wolf Science Center (WSC)

The research triangle of the WSC: wolf, dog and human connected by relationship, history and development; in the center cooperation and emotion

The Wolf Science Center was founded to investigate the common characteristics shared by wolf, dog and man. Our wolves and dogs are hand raised by our scientists and take part in regular tasks concerning cooperation and cognition. Thus we maintain a close and mutually satisfying relationship, that enables us to explore the cognitive capabilities of our animals and keeps them mentally and physically fit.

Come to visit us at the Wildpark Ernstbrunn (deer/game/wildlife park) near Vienna and watch some of our scientific  activities and interactions with the wolves or take part/participate in one of our programs

News / Diary

Touching moments

(19.09.2017)

Today I would like to tell you about Ela. As her godmother I'm for sure biased, but in my eyes, in addition to be very intelligent, she is one of the cutest wolves we have and a real beauty.

News / Dates

09.10.2017, Walking with a wolf

Or: Watch a wolf reading the newspapier by nose

To be on a scouting expecition with a wolf. To watch his attentive stops, his spontaneous mouse-leaps and his ecstatic wallowing. To be witness of the close interaction of trainer and animal and thus get an insight into our research work. Or what was your idea of a "walk"?

Support

Support the Wolf Science Center!

Our wolves are glad for any kind of support

Share our joy of the thrilling work with wolves, dogs an humans! You support by financial participation our attempt to set new standards in the wolf science and -keeping.

About us / Our wolves

Wamblee

The cuddly monster
The yob Wamblee runs through the deep snow

When looking at Wamblee many visitors see first his glowing, yellowish eyes. They form a nice contrast to his black fur. This extraordinary pretty, a quite gracile male loves to be petted for hours by his caregivers. However, it is advisable to keep …

About us / Our dogs

Bora

Naughty tiger
The she-dog Bora in her full beauty

Only to look at Bora makes happy. She and her sister often are standing at the fence - with synchronic tail-wagging and friendly, jaunty faces and wait for us. …