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During the week of March 22-29, we celebrate the iconic Mexican wolf and recognize the 22nd anniversary of its reintroduction to the wild in the U.S.
Wolf Haven’s Summer Event – 2020 SOLD OUT 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 incredible opportunity to engage in a deeper way […]
Wolf Haven International has provided a lifetime home for 300 displaced and captive-born canids since 1982. Each of us has a favorite memory of wolves rolling, playing, eating, interacting, and howling,……READ ARTICLE.
A very important tool is the preservation of their gametes (reproductive cells) once the wolves have exceeded their prime reproductive years.
Wolf Haven will offer this 3-day course at our McCleery Ranch in Bridger, Montana. Course dates are May 19-21 (with an optional additional free day of presentations on Monday, May 18). This class is intended for wildlife agency personnel and other wildlife professionals and is taught by Dr. Mark Johnson of Global Wildlife Resources. Classroom […]
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…..
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.