Wolf Journal


November 14th
Received a lovely email from Denise Taylor, Advisor for the UK Wolf Conservation Trust, inviting me to provide illustrations for an international wolf book project.


February 2nd

Grand Opening of the UK Wolf Conservation Trust Education Centre

Walked with wolves, met nice folk and made new friends.

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30th September

The UK Wolf Trust Seminar

Set in the magnificent location of Ufton Court, Reading

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Speakers Cornelia (Neil) Hutt,         Zegeye Kibret from the Ethiopian
Zegeye Kibret, Peter Cairn,             Wolf Conservation Trust
Roy Dennis MBE & wolves
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Roy Dennis MBE                              Denise Taylor & daughter Charlotte
& a very happy me

Zegeye Kibret from the Ethiopian Wolf Conservation Trust received a cheque donated from UKWCT.  Ethiopian Wolves are classed as IUCN Red List: Endangered, and are officially protected in Ethiopia. They live in seven isolated populations high in Ethiopia's Bale Mountains and with only 500 adult Ethiopian wolves worldwide; they are one of our rarest carnivores. 

Roy is is one of Scotland's most respected ecologists and spoke about species reintroduction into Scotland. A field ornithologist in the Scottish Highlands and Islands since the 1950s, Roy has been a leading player in reintroduction projects on sea eagles, red kites and ospreys. The wolves as always were eager for their walk around the Ufton Court Estate.