Dr. McCleery Lobo Wolves Digital Archive

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  • Tags: Move - Route 6 to Gardiner, WA

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This photograph depicts Jack Lynch and John Shetler loading a wolf into a trailer to be moved from the lobo wolf park's location along Route 6 five miles east of Kane, PA to a new location in Gardiner, WA.
Date: February 1972

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This photograph depicts Jack Lynch and John Shetler loading a wolf into a trailer to be moved from the lobo wolf park's location along Route 6 five miles east of Kane, PA to a new location in Gardiner, WA.
Date: February 1972

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This photograph depicts Jack Lynch leaning over a wolf with a syringe in his mouth, sedating the wolf so that it can be put in a trailer to be moved from the lobo wolf park's location along Route 6 five miles east of Kane, PA to a new location in Gardiner, WA. Judging by Jack's outfit, I believe…
Date: February 1972

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This photograph depicts Jack Lynch leaning over a wolf with a syringe in his mouth, sedating the wolf so that it can be put in a trailer to be moved from the lobo wolf park's location along Route 6 five miles east of Kane, PA to a new location in Gardiner, WA. Judging by Jack's outfit, I believe…
Date: February 1972

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This photograph depicts Jack Lynch with a wolf on a leash, and John Shetler at Jack Lynch's lobo wolf park, located along Route 6 five miles east of Kane, PA. Another wolf can be seen in the pens, and a sign hangs on the gate into the pens which says "keep out" with a skull. Judging by Jack's outfit…
Date: February 1972

This article reports that Jack Lynch is moving his wolf pack from Route 6 near Kane, PA to Gardiner, WA. The move was caused by difficulty in obtaining food for the 53 wolves (which eat three steers a week) and I-80 rerouting tourist traffic away from the park. Jack fears he will no longer get the…
Date: February 13, 1972

This article reports that in February, Jack Lynch will move the wolves to a site near the Olympic National Park in Washington. He had been considering a move for the past few years because planned highway changes will diminish tourism potential, and meat for the wolves has been difficult to obtain.…
Date: January 17, 1972

This article reports that Kane Mayor Edgar James has commented on Jack Lynch's plans to move the lobo wolves to the west coast. Though plans to move the wolves have been reported almost since Lynch bought the park from Dr. McCleery, James regrets that it is happening and describes the necessity of…
Date: January 18, 1972

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

This article reports that Jack Lynch is moving the wolves to a location near the Olympic National Park in Washingtonian. About 20 of the wolves have been air-lifted to the new location, and Jack is tranquilizing the remaining 31 wolves (including pregnant females) to prepare them for shipment via…
Date: February 15, 1972