Dadyoe, whose name in Iroquois means “the wolf that travels around the earth,” is a wolf–dog that Stephanie adopted from a shelter in Albuquerque. Prior to his coming to live at Wanagi WR, Dadyoe was initially adopted by a family that was unable to manage his behaviors.
Milagro, whose name means “miracle” in Spanish, was rescued just hours before he was to receive “the needle of death.” A canine/wolf mix, Milagro is fully socialized and, like Bindi, is allowed to roam about the Wanagi WR grounds (both outside and inside the house). He has been living at Wanagi for just over a year, and is estimated to be almost three years old. He is possibly available for adoption to the right home.
Hokshila, whose name means “a young man who has proven himself” (in the Lakota language) truly lives up to his name. He is Wanagi WR’s wolf ambassador, and as such, participates in all public events. At nearly 11 years of age, Hokshila is a magnificent male timber wolf that stands more than six feet tall on his hind legs.
Bindi is a 4-year-old gray wolf/coyote/Husky mix and serves as Wanagi WR’s wolf-dog ambassador. His name, in Sanskrit, means “the one-pointed energy of God.” Like Hokshila, Bindi participates in all of Wanagi WR’s public events and presentations. Bindi is allowed to roam freely on the Wanagi WR grounds and sleeps at the foot of Stephanie’s bed at night.
Animals have a voice. I am just their translator–Stephanie Kaylan, Founder & Pres. of Wanagi Wolf Fund & Rescue
There are nights when the wolves are silent and only the moon howls.–George Carlin, American comedian, actor, social critic, writer
I woke up one morning thinking about wolves and realized that wolf packs function as families. Everyone has a role, and if you act within the parameters of your role, the whole pack succeeds, and when that falls apart, so does the pack.–Jodi Picoult, American author
We have doomed the wolf not for what it is, but for what we deliberately and mistakenly perceive it to be –the mythologized epitome of a savage ruthless killer – which is, in reality, no more than a reflected image of ourself.–Farley Mowat, Author, "Never Cry Wolf"
The wolf is neither man's competitor nor his enemy. He is a fellow creature with whom the earth must be shared.–L. David Mech, Scientist and Wolf Expert
How lonely is the night without the howl of a wolf–Unknown
Only a mountain has lived long enough to listen objectively to the howl of a wolf–Aldo Leopold, environmentalist
Wolves are not our brothers; they are not our subordinates, either. They are another nation, caught up just like us in the complex web of time and life–Henry Beston, American writer and naturalist