Wolf Haven International invites you to participate in one of our popular wolf photography visits. Photo visits are held during colder months, when the wolves are wearing their winter coats and are more active. The program begins at 8:00 am with a continental breakfast and brief presentation. The group will take photographs in the wolf sanctuary from 9 am – noon.
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Angel and Zoe came from the same backyard breeder, who was about to shoot them in the front yard.
Finding Sanctuary is a website devoted to connecting animal sanctuaries with volunteers, assistance and community. Goat, pig, horse, farm animals, wildlife and other types of animal sanctuaries are listed and highlighted on this site. Wolf Haven was invited to share the story of two of our most recent rescues for this month’s Finding Sanctuary blog.
Finding Sanctuary is a website devoted to connecting animal sanctuaries with volunteers, assistance and community.
Right before the gates rolled open, several wolves howled their welcome. My son could hardly contain himself; those doors couldn’t open soon enough.
All dates for 2017 are SOLD OUT. OVERVIEW Our premiere summer event, A Midsummer’s Night, offers guests the opportunity to see wolves, hear them howl, learn their stories, eat delicious food, walk through native prairie, camp overnight – and repeat in the morning. Twenty guests have an exclusive opportunity to engage in a deeper way with […]
It may be spring (or even summer) weather in other parts of the country, but in western Washington, the rains continue unabated.
Wolf Haven’s annual fall fundraiser and annual meeting, Wolves & Wine, will be held on Saturday, September 30 from 5-8 pm at Saint Martin’s University – Norman Worthington Conference Center in Lacey, WA.
Five years ago, Wolf Haven International launched a new summer overnight event, which we named A Midsummer’s Night. This unique evening is hosted only a few nights each summer for small groups of people.
It started as a classroom discussion and ended with a Sheridan PRCC first.
During one of instructor Emily MacKenzie’s Public Relations and Philanthropy lessons, the class discussed non-profits with which they have engaged. The description of one such organization— the wolf sanctuary Wolf Haven