Everyday matters from the life among dogs and wolves

Anectotes from the daily life among dogs and wolves: our students, trainees and collaborators cover the newest ongoings at the WSC.

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  • Every beginning is... great!

    (13.07.2018, Monika Bryszewska)

    I've been at the WSC for two weeks and the days have passed really fast. When you arrive, the variety of impressions blends into an impressive multisensual kaleidoscope: all the sounds, colors, smells, faces and names – whether human or animal – plenty of information, places, directions, spaces, paths ... it's just overwhelming.

  • Summertime at the WSC

    (19.06.2018, Barbara Steininger)

    These days, when 30 degrees are the rule rather than the exception, it certainly has some benefits to belong to the human group of employees at the Wolf Science Center.


  • „What is Art?“

    (30.05.2018, Jessica Fink)

    In 2nd year of high school our art teacher asked us this. But how would you define art?

  • Waving Goodbye

    (25.04.2018, Lara Keeler)

    It feels like only a month since the current students started our internships at the WSC, when actually for most it has been five or six months.

  • Easter event

    (17.04.2018, Juliette Grattalon)

    Our annual Easter event took place on Sunday 1st April at the Wolf Science Center. First, all of the students baked cookies and meat balls for the dogs and the wolves.