Wild Paws Blog
Zoongizi means "she is strong" in Ojibwe, and with your help, I can live up to my name.
Black bears, as a species, are highly intelligent, curious and inquisitive. They are also opportunistic feeders, especially as winter approaches...
I can feel the wild inside me, the instincts that I was born with, but the reality is I have been locked inside a cage my entire life...
Five easy tips on how to help bring back pollinator habitats with your very own pollinator friendly garden.
Soon, you may learn how much fun it can be to care for your own native wildflower garden.
How have the wolf populations fluctuated in the Great Lakes region?
Wolves are known as a keystone species, meaning an ecosystem largely depends on them for maintaining the balance.
"This is the only life I have ever known. None of this felt right to me; I knew this wasn't the life I was meant to live."
We see them busy at work during the warm months, but where do the pollinators go in the winter?
Finding suitable land for Wild Paws is one of our top priorities and there are many factors to consider when looking at potential land opportunities.