The Wolves at Wolf Howl Animal Preserve's  Easter Egg Hunt

Story told by Maria Ferguson

"Most of the Wolves enjoyed their Easter Egg Hunt. Ohoyo like Wa-ta-chee has never been into the party scene so really was not impressed with this year’s festivities. Watch the video to see her reaction. It’s pretty funny. We have been having the Easter Egg Hunt since 2006.

The last few years we haven’t been able to move them into the other enclosure because that is where Ohoyo lives now so I have to hide the eggs with the Wolves right there. This year Don had an idea of throwing their jelly beans as a distraction while I hid eggs but it didn’t work too well.

They are very focused with the task at hand so distracting them becomes extremely difficult. I made lots of eggs so once they started cracking some open, I had time to really hide them. They really do retain alot of information. They remember that I hide them in the trees and you can observe them while watching the video all looking up in the trees in their territory.

Springtime Wolves find the Easter eggs at Wolf Howl Animal Preserve.

Once the Wolves find an egg they proceed to delicately open them and then eat the yolks. They are not much for the whites and never the shells."

Responses to "Springtime Wolves find the Easter eggs at Wolf Howl Animal Preserve. (Video)"

  1. Anonymous says:

    Aww, loved it!! It's fun to see the Wolves having a relaxing time :) I love them <3

  2. Fun to watch them saving stuff for later ^_^ looks like they love the holidays as much as we do!

  3. Anonymous says:

    happy easter to all wolfes and doggies!

  4. roofdog13 says:

    Ohoyo is the best,thanks for the morning smile

  5. Anonymous says:

    What a wonderful exercise the staff have devised! Great job!

  6. Anonymous says:

    You guys do such a good job caring for those magnificent creatures. You can almost see the smiles on their faces. Keep up the good work.

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