C5BDI is pleased to announce our support of Wolf Park, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to behavioral research, education, and conservation of wolves and other species. Craig Knox from the C5BDI team suggested the collaboration as part of the company’s giveback program. Since 1972, Wolf Park has been a leader in advancing the public’s understanding of wolves and the important role they play in our ecosystem.



Wolf Park’s mission is to study and understand the social behavior of wolves in captivity, which can then be applied to their wild counterparts. By observing the animals in a controlled environment, researchers can gain valuable insights into how wolves interact with one another and their surroundings. These findings can then be used to better inform conservation efforts and develop management strategies to help protect and preserve the species.



In addition to research and education, Wolf Park also maintains representative groups of endangered species and other animals, with the goal of alerting the public to the need for action on their behalf. The organization’s mixed habitats of plants and animals serve as a model for effective captive animal management and socialization. Wolf Park also actively seeks to disseminate their findings to the public through events, publications, presentations, and other means.



By continuing its support of Wolf Park, C5BDI is helping to advance the organization’s critical mission of promoting wolf conservation, research, and education. The collaboration is just one of many ways that C5BDI is committed to giving back to its community and making a positive impact on the world. Learn more about Wolf Park on their website linked here.

Wolf Park’s Website


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