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Welcome to the fourth annual Run Like a Wolf Virtual Challenge with the Wolf Conservation Center! We're challenging you to get outside and complete 100 miles on foot or 200 miles on a bike during the month of August.
Does 100 or 200 miles feel too ominous? Grab up to 3 friends and band together to complete your challenge mileage as a relay team! Or, build a full-distance team – there's no limit to team size and groups of 10 or more receive $10 off each member's registration fee.
All Early Bird registrants receive a 2023 RLaW t-shirt as our gift to you, and Wolf Pass members can take $5 off their registration at sign-up.
Participants who complete their milage will receive a custom wood-cut finishers medal, and top performers and fundraisers will have the opportunity to win exciting prizes from our sponsors.
All registrants have the opportunity to join a wolf pack during sign-up, and the pack with the highest combined milage will be invited to a private virtual program with Wolf Conservation staff later this fall.
Funds raised from this event will directly support the Wolf Conservation Center's critical work to protect and preserve the species we value so deeply – including the Center’s educational programming, research, advocacy, and recovery efforts on behalf of Mexican gray wolves and red wolves in North America.
Registration will remain open until August 7th.
The Wolf Conservation Center (WCC), located in South Salem, New York, is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit environmental organization protecting and preserving North America's wolf populations through education, advocacy, research, and active species recovery. Through onsite, offsite, and virtual educational programs featuring the WCC's Ambassador wolves, the Center teaches people of all ages about wolf biology, ecology, and behavior, and equips them with the tools and knowledge to become better activists and stewards of the natural world. As participants in the federal Saving Animals from Extinction (SAFE) program, the Wolf Conservation Center is also a leading center for the breeding and pre-release care of critically endangered red wolves and Mexican gray wolves.
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