Wolf Conservation Center

  Rendering by:  KG+D Architects

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The Wolf Conservation Center is a non-profit environmental education organization. It was founded in 1999 and works to protect wolves in North America. Visitors to the Center learn about the wolves, some of which are endangered, and can view the three “ambassador wolves” that are on exhibit. Behind the scenes, the Center keeps over 40 wolves that are critically endangered and are candidates to be released into the wild.
The Center is planning for a new educational center which includes a welcome lounge, recreation room, conference room, learning hall and a gift shop. The wood and glass architectural elements of the building blend into the wooded surroundings.

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  • Project:
    Wolf Conservation Center
  • Location:
    South Salem, NY
  • Architect:
    KG+D Architects
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  • Project:
    Wolf Conservation Center
  • Location:
    South Salem, NY
  • Architect:
    KG+D Architects
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On The Boards

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