Meet Grayling, Wolf Haven’s newest resident. This big, four-year old white male wolf was transferred here from the Red River Zoo in Fargo, North Dakota. Grayling was part of a group of six animals…..
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Thanksgiving for the wolves The traditional Thanksgiving meal for our resident wolves includes mashed potatoes, gravy, cranberry sauce, yams, green beans and a Brussels sprout.
Tourists are welcome to visit Wolf Haven International in Washington state, but the needs of the sanctuary’s residents — which include two species of wolves, wolf-dogs, and coyotes — are always prioritized. The sanctuary’s co-manager Pamela Maciel Cabañas is devoted to making sure that happens.
For almost four decades, the U.S. and Mexican governments have worked together to save the Mexican wolf from extinction. In 1994, Wolf Haven was selected to participate in the Mexican Wolf Species Survival Plan.
The gray wolves are majestic and wary. They bask in the sunshine or sit among the trees, watching. They are kept in compatible pairs and have very little human interaction.
Go to www.youtube.com and search for “Wolf Haven International,” which is the Tenino, Wash.-based wolf sanctuary that currently cares for the pack. On the group’s page, click on “playlists,” then look for the “McCleery Ranch wolves” playlist. Here, you can view 14 video clips of the wolves. Note: address is: https://www.youtube.com/user/wolfhavenwolves
Cost of wolf care: As a caring and responsible donor, you want to be sure that your gift to Wolf Haven is put to good use. So where does your money go? Short answer – food, medicine, enrichment, habitat and staff.
Washington state’s growing population of gray wolves is exposing deep divides among residents and testing civility among its top decision makers.
On Saturday, the community is invited to hear an update on the lobo wolf pack, which now lives in Bridger, Mont., under the care of Tenino, Wash.-based wolf sanctuary, Wolf Haven International.
What should Washington State’s wolf management plan look like once recovery goals are met and wolves are delisted from state protection? Here is your chance to give your input.