Educational Programs

Wolf Haven offers a variety of presentations focused on conservation-related themes to groups of 10 or more by reservation through the Education Department. Each program is age-appropriate to our visitors’ learning level and is presented either in Wolf Haven’s education room or off-site at your venue. Email the Education Department  or call 360. 264.4695 x 223 for to schedule your visit  and for additional information.

If you aren’t able to make it to Wolf Haven, we can bring the educational programs to your classroom, library, work place or meeting space. Wolf Haven also gives education programs in Arizona, California and Oregon as well as Washington State.

            • For information about educational programs or to make a reservation, call 360.264.4695 x223 or email our education department.
Choose From Among These Educational Programs

            • Animal Care at Wolf Haven / Grades 6 – Adult
            • Den Digs / Grades K – 2
            • Wolf Sense / Grades 3 – 6
            • The Wolf Café / Grades 3 – 6
            • Vanishing Creatures / Grades 4 – 8
            • Wolf Recovery Grades 6 – Adult
            • Wolves of Washington / Grades 9 – Adult
            • World of Wolves / Grades 8 – Adult

Wolf Sanctuary

A guided visit of our wolf sanctuary offers guests a unique opportunity to see some of Wolf Haven’s resident wolves. There are gray wolves, red wolves, and the very rare Mexican gray wolves on the public route.

Enrichment Visit

Enrichment can be food, a toy, a scent object – nearly anything. During an enrichment visit, you can see wolves interact with turkey necks, sardines, or other interesting items.

Pricing (all prices are per individual)

Non-school groups

          • On-site group visit only: Students: $6 / Adults: $8 / Seniors (65+) $7
          • Educational program: Add $3 per individual (all ages)
          • Off-site* programs: First presentation: $125; additional presentation (same day & location): $60

*Off-site programs require an additional travel expense of $0.75 per mile.

Wildlife Handling and Chemical Immobilization