Here are links to some other organisations / individuals that share Wolf Watch UK passion for the conservation of the wolf:
An eight month distance learning course, (with a day visit at Wolf Watch UK to see the wolves included in the programme). Run by Deb Sewards BSc who is held in high regard by all at Wolf Watch UK for her long standing contribution and dedication to wolf conservation.
Dr Isla Fishburn (BSc Zoology and MBiolSci and PhD in Conservation Biology) has worked with wolves, wolf hybrids and domestic dogs for several years and it was during the time that she spent with wolves that swayed her to develop a career with canines, focusing on their feelings and emotions. Isla has since become a pioneering canine wellness practitioner.
Toni has a unique blend of experience spanning decades. She works with and specialises in the stress management and emotional anxiety of animals. Although she mainly focuses on helping dogs, Toni also works with cats, small animals, birds and zoo species, especially canids.
Author: “The truth about wolves and dogs” and “Among the wolves: Memoirs of a wolf handler”
Tellington TTouch Practitioner – Ex Wolf Handler – Real Dog Yoga Instructor
Indie Shaman is a UK independently quarterly published high gloss UK magazine on shamanism, that has supported Wolf Watch for a number of years by raising funds from their sales and donating a proportion of them in support of our work.
Hunter Customs who’s logo states “be a wolf not a sheep” provide a vinyl wrapping service and bespoke treatments to vehicles. They also provide Wolf Watch with our car stickers.
This website has been set up for the sole purpose of raising money for Wolf Conservation. Besides supporting Wolf Watch UK, they also support Balkani who are based in Bulgaria and work tirelessly to keep wolves safe in the wild.
The Wild at Heart Foundation funds and supports animal welfare projects all over the world. In particular, they aim to reduce the world’s 600 million stray dog population and do this by organising and sponsoring rescue projects, neutering programmes, awareness campaigns and education initiatives.
Here’s an interesting piece of work from John a member of learninghaven.com