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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  • Happy Birthday

    Birthday Party at WSC (26.02.2018, Isabella Faffelberger)

    Actually the morning of the 6th of february didn’t feel like my birthday at all. Normally I always had a semester break at this time and it was at least winter weather. This day was actually a normal working day for me. It was a Tuesday, so Jour fixe at the WSC and a very vernal weather.

  • Another Good Bye

    (16.02.2018, Alexander Dharmarajah)

    Experiencing of the wolves the in the various seasons has given me many opportunities for memories, which I will be happy to have and to look back to.

  • Spring fever in animals and humans

    (25.01.2018, Angelika Rauter)

    How could the new year start better than with howling wolves? Especially in these months (January, February) it is a special challenge for the trainers to work with the animals. It is mating season and their hormones are going crazy. It is no surprise that the wolf concert is never stopping. 

  • Why do wolves howl and dogs bark

    (22.11.2017, Stefan Stumpfel)

    It is now already one month since I arrived here at the WSC and I am enjoying it to have the chance to see wolves every day. 

  • Outstanding research

    (02.11.2017, Isabella Faffelberger)

    As if the author of the diary two weeks ago "Linking Animal Behaviour and Wildlife Conservation" had known, Kurt Kotrschal has now been awarded the Austrian Nature Conservation Prize.