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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  • Behind the scenes at the WSC

    (13.02.2017, Monica Boada Maza)

    Despite what our profile pictures in the social networks may suggest, our life as students at the WSC isn’t simply cuddling wolves. In fact, this is the last thing that we do and is a reward for all the hard work we carry out here. Apart from …

  • 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.