We’ll be keeping our two red wolves and hoping they make some babies.
My main job on day two, during the “matchmaking” and “moving” stage, is to document what is going on on big paper for all to see. I write down what breeding pairs have been made and keep track of how many we make. I also keep track of wolves moving (how many “transfers” we make) and if cars/airplanes are needed to make the moves. The chart below gives you an idea of my messy writing and my poor art skills, but you get the idea (I hope). Someone else keeps track of the same thing I do and we compare notes to make sure that we got everything right.
Day two is a fun, overwhelming, exciting, tiring, and stressful day as there is so much to consider and take in. Please ask questions- I am happy to try to answer them.