Julia Schulz - de Barba
Since many years I’ve been fascinated by wolves. I read plenty of books and articles about these wonderful animals and visited “Les Loups du Gévaudan”, a Wolf Park in France, last summer. Since then I’m even more interested in wolves.
When I first heard about the WSC moving to Ernstbrunn I started reading their blogs and diary entries of their wolves.
During holidays I came over for a short visit. I then decided to go there more often because I really enjoyed watching the individuals and one of these days I had the feeling to do more than just observing them. When I then got the opportunity to support the WSC on a voluntary basis I literally jumped for joy.
Participating in the WSC really is a welcome change in terms of my daily work as nurse.
I enjoy every minute I’m able to spend here and thus learn a lot about wolves and scientific research.
It’s incredibly exciting to get to know every single wolf as well as to work and interact with them. Luna, my border collie, is already involved and loves being here just like I do.
I’m looking forward to the following time here at the WSC. The impressions I made are already unforgotten.