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ABOUT WOLF SONG of ALASKA…
Founded and incorporated in 1988 in the State of Alaska, Wolf Song of Alaska has distinguished itself as a highly visible and resourceful volunteer organization that is focused on the plight of the wolf and other wild canids, their natural history, their varied relationship with humans throughout the ages, and their role as a major symbol in folklore, myths, legend, art, and religion.
For decades, Wolf Song of Alaska’s expansive website and education programs have positively impacted the general public’s knowledge about wolves, wild canids, and their prey relationships.
Since first established, Wolf Song of Alaska has developed, operated, hosted, and participated in community wildlife programs, campsite programs, youth and school programs, mall exhibits, fairs, tourism, and expansive museums and education centers in downtown Anchorage.
Wolf Song of Alaska hosted the internationally-acclaimed "Wolves & Humans" traveling exhibit in Anchorage’s William A. Egan Civic & Convention Center. This magnificent and acclaimed exhibit toured museums throughout North America beginning in 1983 and was viewed by over 2.3 million visitors in museums in major cities across the North American continent.
Like many non-profit organizations, Wolf Song of Alaska depends upon the involvement and generosity of individual donors, corporate sponsors, tireless volunteers, and valued members from around the world.
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