Our Wolves
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Our Wolves at Big Run Wolf Ranch
Chenoa

Chenoa, a North American Grey Timber female wolf, arrived at BRWR in May 2010. She was acquired from a wolf preserve in Florida. Chenoa has a great personality and joins John for educational programs on- and off-site.

Zeus

Zeus, a North American Grey Timber male wolf, arrived at BRWR in May 2011. He was acquired from a wolf preserve in Florida as a mate for Chenoa. Zeus is friendly and enjoys traveling for our educational programs.

Sonora

Sonora, a typical North American Grey Timber wolf, was born in April of 1999. She is very sweet and playful, and seems to love women more than men. She was very bonded to Beau, who passed away in 2011. She is our oldest wolf!

Elle

Elle arrived at BRWR in 2010 as a companion for Uriah.

Uriah

Uriah is a rare arctic wolf that was born in May of 2003. He is very social, friendly and outgoing. Arctic wolves live on islands in the Canadian High Arctic. Canadian biologists believe there are only 300 Arctic wolves on the island at this time.

Canuck

Canuck, a British Columbian female wolf, arrived at BRWR in May 2010. She was acquired from a wolf preserve in Florida. Canuck has all the classic BC markings, such as the white star on her chest, white paws, and yellow-green eyes. Canuck's mate is Zeke.

 

 

 

 

Zeke

Zeke, a British Columbian male wolf, arrived at BRWR in April 2012. Zeke enjoys playing with Canuck.

 

Jack

Jack, a British Columbian wolf, was born at BWRW in May of 2006. A descendent of the original Odin, he was huge at nine months old. Bottle fed by hundreds of children, he is extremely playful, and has no fear of people.

J.J.

J.J., a British Columbian male wolf, was born at BRWR in May 2013. His parents are Jack and Teo. He is very friendly and enjoys lots of attention.

 

Sitka

Sitka, a British Columbian female wolf was born in May of 2015.

 

 

 

 
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