This is a silent color 8mm film of Dr. McCleery's lobo wolves and mountain lions at the wolf park along Route 6 between Kane and Mt. Jewett, PA in 1948. A coyote can also be seen briefly in the cage next to the mountain lion. The film shows several adult wolves pacing and interacting in the snow.
This photograph depicts a coyote standing on a large rock in a pen at Dr. McCleery's lobo wolf park, located along Route 6 five miles east of Kane, PA. Two other photos that Aneta Johnson donated have the date 1952 written on the back, so I assume this photo was taken the same year.
This article is a reprint of the February 15, 1946 story that one of Dr. E. H. McCleery's three mountain lions escaped from the park. The lion encountered a local six-year-old boy, Claude Mollander Jr., and his pet dog who were playing in their yard. The dog attacked the lion and died in the…
A retrospective article that describes the events of ten years ago (1921). One such event is the fate of two coyotes sold to Dr. McCleery as timber wolves. Partial text of the article (everything relevant to Dr. McCleery) is quoted below.