Several wolves from the Wolfwood Refuge, located in Ignacio, Colo. visited the Southern Ute Museum as part of the “Living With Wolves” exhibit. The exhibit is currently on display at the museum until November. The museum is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Delia Malone, Wildlife Committee Chair of the Sierra Club, Rocky Mountain Chapter was among the guest speakers at the "Living With Wolves" exhibit at the Southern Ute Museum.
Paula Woermer of the WolfWood Refuge, located in Ignacio, Colo., spoke of the wolf refuge and the effects of human contact.
Southern Ute elders, Sherry Salazar and Effie Monte were all smile while attending the “Living With Wolves” exhibit.
The “Living With Wolves” photographic exhibit is being hosted by the Southern Ute Museum. The exhibit is supported by the Rocky Mountain Wolf Project. The National Geographic partnered exhibit gives an insight into the lives of wolves, featuring 19 large-scale photographs and 14 text panels.