Actor Vern Troyer, who created the iconic role of Mini Me in the Austin Powers films, visits Apex for the day and meets the pack…

     
APEX PROTECTION PROJECT WOLVES VISIT SYCAMORE SCHOOL STUDENTS
“I learned that the wolf is a majestic creature,” said fourth-grader Eden Meyers. “It is shy and it has emotions just like us. We should respect that.” Read the article…      
SYCAMORE SCHOOL’S LEMONADE EXTRAVAGANZA SUPPORTS APEX PROTECTION PROJECT

“We made a lemonade stand with two poles and a cardboard roof. We made it ourselves,” said student Levi Borress, 8. “We’re going to sell lemonade and the profits we make will go to help endangered wolves.” Read the article…

   
       
GENTLE WOLVES
Apex Protection Project partnered with the MUSE School to educate students on the significance of wolves and wolfdogs in the environment. Students from preschool to fifth grade had a chance to witness firsthand the shy and gentleness of the top ecosystem predators, and interacted with the pack on the campus lawn. Read the article…            

 
WARRIOR AMONG WOLVES: HAI ON LEADERSHIP: What wolves, psychology theory and Hai have to say about successful shotcalling.
Impatience is not a desirable trait, even if it’s sometimes idealized as a hallmark trait for identifying leaders, Hai says. It’s a lesson paralleled by the wolfpack structure, one of nature’s highest performing teams whose function is widely misunderstood and misrepresented, according to the Apex Protection Project — a wolf conservation and rescue organization that helped introduce Hai to the animals. Click HERE to read the article and watch the video.
 
We are very excited to have Paula Ficara and Steve Wastell from Apex Protection Project joining us to discuss the mission and goals set to further the education and advocacy of wolves and wolfdogs. Click HERE to listen to the interview.
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