These Webpages are no longer maintained. We are keeping the pages here to preserve some of the early years of ProjectDragonfly, to honor the students who created the interactives in the early days of the Web, and because many of the activities are fun and people are still using them. For current Project Dragonfly work, go to:www.ProjectDragonfly.org
This is a wolf in a defensive posture...
And this is the posture of an attacking wolf. The tail, ears, and body posture
show that these are wolves at play.
Click on the picture above to hear a wolf howl. Click on one of the icons
below continue your Dragonfly adventure.
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