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  • Location: Wolf Consercation Cneter, South Salem, New York, United States
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  • Info: Live streaming webcam showing an outdoor enclosure with grey wolves at the Wolf Conservation Center located in South Salem,in the suburbs of New York (Westchester County) The webcam shows the Mexican Grey Wolf parents Belle and Rhett with children Maus, Jean, Max and Nita.

More info: Steeped in myth, the wolf has become a misunderstood predator who too often evokes fear. The Wolf Conservation Center promotes educational programs to open the door to understanding what wolves really are and to offer direct exposure to an elusive predator people may never see in the wild.
The Wolf Conservation Center is home to 22 wolves. These resident wolves live in ten pens on 26 acres of deciduous forest and wetland. Most of the wolves live in packs.

The WCC also participates in the Species Survival Plan (SSP) and Recovery Plan for the critically endangered Mexican grey wolf (Canis lupus baileyi). The Mexican grey wolf is among the rarest mammals in North America; at one time this species was completely extinct in the wild. Presently, there are approximately 400 Mexican grey wolves remaining in the world, the majority living in captivity within the network of facilities participating in the SSP.