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Wolf Haven International
3111 Offut Lake Rd. SETenino, WA 98589
Hours: May-Oct (W-Sat 10-3; Sun 12-3); Nov-Apr (Sat, 10-3; Sun, 12-3)
1236 miles away
Wolf Haven International is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization celebrating 25 years of working for wolf conservation. Our mission is threefold: to provide sanctuary for displaced, captive born wolves; to provide education to groups of all ages, teaching them not only about wolves, but about their habitat and the value of all wildlife; and, to promote preservation and restoration of wolves, focusing on the critically endangered red and Mexican gray wolves.
Our sanctuary and education department welcome over 30,000 visitors each year. By combining education and the opportunity to actually see wolves, along with outdoor activities, such as eco-scavenger hunts, interpretive games, camping and hikes, we are able to give our visitors a better understanding of wildlife while inspiring them to walk, play, observe and participate in nature.
Learning to live with wolves is a topic we are dedicated to exploring. We were instrumental in developing "Living with Carnivores," an educational series of presentations and literature devoted to educating the public on how to co-exist with large carnivores—an important topic in today's world as we expand our borders, and continue to encroach on theirs.
For 25 years, Wolf Haven's accomplishments have been many. There are no limits to the population we serve. Young and old from all parts of the world make their way here to the Pacific Northwest to be a part of Wolf Haven. Each day welcomes new classrooms, boy scouts, girl scouts, or families looking for a unique and enriching activity they can share in together.
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Reader's Reviews (4)
Excellent Day Trip
posted 6 years ago
I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to volunteer at Wolf Haven in the very early 1990's and enjoyed every minute of it, especially meeting Kathleen, Bullet, Hambone, Gris Gris and Colorado. Bullet was my favorite.
I learned so much I had not known about these beautiful animals, and came to admire them all the more. The campfires with storytellers and such were amazing and all of the visitors had a wonderful time learning about the resident wolves and how they came to be there.
All of the staff and volunteers are very helpful and will explain anything about the wolves you want to know. When I was there, it was policy to take the time to research any question we were unable to answer, and then contact the guest who had asked the question with the information we had found. If you are ever in the area, it is quite beautiful and well worth the drive.
Pros: Absolutely Everything
Cons: That it is necessary at all
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