Blogmas day 16 – let us howl

A number of people enjoyed my winter food post earlier this week. If you are interested in more lifestyle posts from me, please follow my other blog, Unseen Beauty, as I won’t repost all of the additional features on the main English with Kirsty blog, which is primarily for language learners and teachers.
This post is about our visit to the Wolf Conservation trust – an organisation that takes care of captive wolves.

Unseen beauty

So, I’m going to break with the Christmas posts to tell you about what I did last night – because it’s cool, and also I’d like more people to find out about the Trust.

Anyone who has been following this blog for a while will know that S and I are interested in Wolves. I published the walking with wolves post earlier in the year. While I was researching that trip, I also discovered the UK wolf conservation Trust website, and last night, S and I went with some friends to their Howl Night!

The first part of the evening is a presentation about wolf communication. We learned about ways in which they communicate with other wolves using long-distance communication, such as howls, as well as other verbal forms of communications, such as barks, growls, whimpers, yips and woofs! We then went on to look at body language – the…

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