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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  • The journey has begun

    (27.01.2017, Andrea Rieger)

    For my six months none-scientific volunteer internship, I moved with my cat, my plants and clothes for very cold to very hot weather to Ernstbrunn at the beginning of January. We adjusted very nicely - Ernstbrunn is a lovely village with friendly …

  • After the first week

    (22.01.2017, Sarah Vlasitz)

    It gets a little less majestic when, during a paid walk with one of our wolves, us students suddenly have to turn into goat-wranglers because one of the little beasts slipped through the fence. 

  • Gray wolf weather

    (28.12.2016, Esther Rudolph)

    Geronimo and Yukon were lying in the snow as if they were posing for a perfect winter photograph. The almost white Kenai was standing on his shelter, taking in the scenery with as much satisfaction as me.

  • WSC Christmas party

    (23.12.2016, Lina Oberließen)

    It was really tactically wise to start my second WSC period shortly before Christmas so that I could join the WSC Christmas party on the 15th of December. It was a great opportunity to get in contact with new people – former staff and hardworking volunteers and supporters you don´t meet here every day. 

  • Winter is coming

    (07.12.2016, Luisa Hofberger)

    We have students from India, South Italy and so on, but no one freezes as much as I do…and actually, I should be the one to be used to it the most.