Dr. McCleery Lobo Wolves Digital Archive

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  • Tags: Location - Gardiner, WA

This article reports that the lobo wolves, which are being moved from near Kane to Washington state, were in Montana last night. Jack Lynch (owner of the wolves) and John Shetler of Mt. Jewett are conducting the move of the 52 wolves and one mountain lion. They expect to reach their destination by…
Date: February 19, 1972

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This photograph depicts Jack Lynch with a wolf at Jack Lynch's "Loboland USA" buffalo wolf preserve, located in Gardiner, WA.
Date: June 18, 1972

This article reports that Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lynch run a 40-acre wolf preserve on Washington's Olympic Peninsula where lobo wolves are kept in 40-by-80-foot pens in the woods. The history of the lobo wolf and the park are described, as is the move to Washington, during which 20 wolves were flown to…
Date: June 24, 1972

This article reports that the former wolf park land (as well as a few small buildings and a trailer) has been sold to Mr. and Mrs. Nick Novosel of Kane. Mr. Jones is removing the old wolf park signs on the land and in the area. The sale reduces hope that the wolves - which were moved to Washington…
Date: April 27, 1973

This article reports on the deplorable conditions of "Lobo Land," run by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lynch, who purportedly have seven subspecies of wolves at the park including the last of the plains wolf. Dr. Eaton reports that during his visit to Lobo Land on August 17, 1973 he was unattended and observed…
Date: February 1974

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This photograph depicts two wolves at Jack Lynch's "Loboland USA" wolf park in Gardiner, WA. Although this photograph does not have a date on it, it seems to be in the same series as several other photographs with a development date of January 1975. One of those photographs has "June 1974" written…
Date: June 1974

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This photograph depicts at least seven wolves and Jack Lynch at his "Loboland USA" wolf park in Gardiner, WA. This photograph has "June 1974" written on the back, so I assume it was taken in June 1974 and developed in January 1975.
Date: June 1974

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This photograph depicts three wolves at Jack Lynch's "Loboland USA" wolf park in Gardiner, WA. This photograph seems to be in the same series as several other photographs with a development date of January 1975. One of those photographs has "June 1974" written on the back, so I assume each of these…
Date: June 1974

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This photograph depicts a wolf in a pen at Jack Lynch's "Loboland USA" wolf park in Gardiner, WA. This photograph seems to be in the same series as several other photographs with a development date of January 1975. One of those photographs has "June 1974" written on the back, so I assume each of…
Date: June 1974

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This photograph depicts a wolf near its shelter at Jack Lynch's "Loboland USA" wolf park in Gardiner, WA. This photograph seems to be in the same series as several other photographs with a development date of January 1975. One of those photographs has "June 1974" written on the back, so I assume…
Date: June 1974

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This leaflet was distributed to visitors at the Pacific Wolf Preserve in Gardiner, Washington, run by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lynch. It describes buffalo wolves (Canis lupus nubilus) in general and the history of the pack and the Dr. E. H. McCleery Lobo Wolf Foundation. The leaflet describes the financial…
Date: Between 1975 and 1977

This article reports that Jack and Margie Lynch care for more than 100 wolves on a 40-acre preserve on Washington's Olympic Peninsula. They keep lobo wolves and six other subspecies, and their goals are to save the lobo wolf from extinction, research the wolves, and educate the public about them.…
Date: August 21, 1975

This poem was inspired by Lobo Land in Gardiner, WA and incorporates a description of the wolves as the author perceived them.
Date: 1977

This excerpt describes Raven Bear (a member of the Crow Nation) and his grandson's visit to the wolf park on the Olympic peninsula, where the remnants of the Great Plains wolf "Canis lupus nubilus" were said to be kept. Raven Bear says that the wolves were in small pens and looked like they were…
Date: 1978

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This photograph depicts a wolf at Jack Lynch's buffalo wolf preserve, located in Gardiner, WA.
Date: Between 1977 and 1979

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This photograph depicts the truck at Jack Lynch's buffalo wolf preserve, located in Gardiner, WA.
Date: Between 1977 and 1979

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This photograph depicts Mary Wheeler with a wolf pup at Jack Lynch's buffalo wolf preserve, located in Gardiner, WA. The wolf-shaped sign at the entrance of the park is visible in the distance.
Date: Between 1977 and 1979

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This photograph depicts Mary Wheeler holding a wolf pup at Jack Lynch's buffalo wolf preserve, located in Gardiner, WA. The wolf-shaped sign at the entrance of the park is visible in the distance.
Date: Between 1977 and 1979

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This photograph depicts John Holland (a member of the board of the Dr. E. H. McCleery Buffalo Wolf Foundation) with the wolf named Idiot Elliot on his back at Jack Lynch's buffalo wolf preserve, located in Gardiner, WA.
Date: Between 1977 and 1979

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This photograph depicts Jack Lynch in the back of his truck with chicken necks to feed the wolves at his buffalo wolf preserve, located in Gardiner, WA.
Date: Between 1977 and 1979