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Wildlife Center wolf pups delight visitors


When Trevor Moore became the new wildlife biologist managing the West Virginia State Wildlife Center at French Creek for the Division of Natural Resources in January, the WVDNR’s first directive to him consisted of two words:
“Get wolves.”

Moore, who is from Utah and was working previously in Kansas before coming to the WVDNR, got right on it. The hunt took seven months, ending when three frolicking wolf pups had their public debut at the Center the first of July.
They immediately became the star attraction. Moore said attendance at the Center is up. “We were way over July of last year. We’re seeing 300 people some weekends,” he said.

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