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Eat Howl Travel. We are actually expecting to add a few new real human offspring in the upcoming months in the big tripwolf family, but we couldn’t resist this little fellow, who we met at our last tripwolf office adventure that led us to the Wolfscience park in Lower Austria.

Tala is a gorgeous wolf puppy, just 4 months old! She was born in the wild wild west of the United Stated and immigrated early in life from the Minnesota Wildlife Connection center to the Tierpark Ernstbrunn, only 40km from the tripwolf head quarters in Vienna. Her brother Amarok joined her on her journey across the big pond.

Die Reiselust hat sie definitiv von uns geerbt! Foto:

Bitten by the travel bug at an early age! Photo:

She loves to show up in public, as long as there is food around.  She sleeps in the shadow of the trees and already howls a bunch!

A true tripwolf.

“She is throwing herself literally on all that is moving. Adventure! The bravest and most explorative pup is also always the most hungry one. Even if the bottle was empty and the belly round, she asked for more. She is howling a lot to answer the adults- and she loves the adults.”

Die Wölfe queren den Wolfspark. Foto: Lea

Wolf crossing. Source: Lea

At our adoption visit at the park we also had the chance to learn more about wolves in general. Andi, our guide and ranger at the wolf science park in Ernstbrunn told us all there is to know in while showing us through the park. And believe me – there is plenty to learn about wolves…

It’s not only wolves, who are looking forward to you visiting. Source: Lea
Andi unser Guide im Gelände und durch das Gehäge.

Andi our guide.

Hier gibt's jede Menge Tiere hautnah zu erleben. Foto: Lea

Get real close up to the animals!

Wer mag mal die Hand ins Welpengehäge hinhalten?

Anyone brave enough to feed the puppies?

Further info on the Tierpark Ernstbrunn: (english)



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