20 February 2020

One question you may be wondering is “where does Grizzer sleep?” The answer is: the Transition Area of Retirement. We are extremely grateful to the Working for Wolves crews over the past three years, who have worked hard to make this area a comfortable, protected place for an old wolf to sleep. The Transition Area connects all three Retirement areas and it features a roofline/wood paneling on the gates, which provide protection from snow and wind. Wolf care staff provide plenty of hay in this area, which Grizzer uses as a bed.  There is a Ring camera installed in the Transition Area, so that staff can keep an eye on him.

Wolf Log written by Assistant Curator, Leanne Martin