The boardwalk near the wolves is back open now that the pups "appear to be comfortable with zoo guests eager to catch a glimpse of them," the zoo said in a statement.
The four babies were born on May 13, 2019, to parents Siskiyou and Sequoia, who arrived at the zoo just over a year ago.
"Mom and dad have been amazing first-time parents," said Darren E. Minier, Assistant Director of Animal Care, Conservation, and Research.
Creating a pack is vital to the emotional health of wolves, who are shy, sensitive, and normally mate for life, Minier said.
He says the pups and their parents have a "forever home" at the Oakland Zoo.
We got wolf pup pics 🐺🐺🐺🐺— Oakland Zoo (@oakzoo) June 25, 2019
These amazing photos were taken by Steven Gotz on the boardwalk.
The boardwalk near wolves is fully open again; come on out and catch see these fuzzy fellas in person!
More about our wolf pups:https://t.co/DEv4UHs7W9 pic.twitter.com/xX3zamG0oL