In 2016, five red wolf pups were born at Wolf Haven (four survived). The following spring, eight red wolf pups were born – TO THE SAME PARENTS! F1945 (Nash) and M1482 (Tala) are now the proud parents of twelve offspring.
Listen to this excellent interview with author Brenda Peterson, author of “Wolf Haven: Sanctuary and the Future of Wolves in North America” and “Wolf Nation”. http://www.tinyurl.com/mqxvsyj
Captive-born and displaced wolves find sanctuary at Wolf Haven International.
One of the most beautiful things about life at the sanctuary is watching the transformation of our wolves as they settle into their new lives. Even more beautiful is watching a new “friendship” blossom and grow.
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.
Right before the gates rolled open, several wolves howled their welcome. My son could hardly contain himself; those doors couldn’t open soon enough. Read More
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.
Breeding recommendations for critically endangered wolves: We have two pair of wolves recommended for breeding this year!
Diane Gallegos, executive director of Wolf Haven International, will speak Thursday about the state’s wolf recovery plan and how the Wolf Advisory Group is working toward a goal of co-existence with wolves in the wild. Gallegos will be speaking at the meeting of the Tahoma Audubon Society.