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Admission to our Midsummer’s Night events is sold out. To be placed on a waitlist (for possible cancellations), call 360.264.4695 x220 or click on the Book Now button. Wolf Haven’s Summer Event Our premiere summer event, A Midsummer’s Night, offers guests the opportunity to see wolves, hear them howl, learn their stories, eat delicious food, […]
In the last week in February, a remarkable team of reproductive specialists, veterinarians, biologists, local volunteers and Wolf Haven staff gathered at our McCleery Ranch in Bridger, Montana.
Wolf Haven International is very lucky to have an amazing and diverse group of volunteers. Our newest Volunteer of the Quarter, Kieran, also happens to be one of our youngest, yet the first day I met him, he told me he would have started much sooner if he could.
Wolf Haven International invites you to join us for a special showing of the documentary THE TROUBLE WITH WOLVES by filmmaker Collin Monda.
THE TROUBLE WITH WOLVES takes a close-up look at one of the most heated and controversial wildlife conservation debates of our time.
With the additional funds raised, Wolf Haven has been able to restructure and enlarge living space, separate large groups into smaller ones, build corridors connecting enclosures and a beautiful new deck pen, reinforce fencing and build an entirely new enclosure. Shelter box (opened) for new wolf enclosure.
The original wolves at this sanctuary lived in Kane, Pennsylvania. How did their ancestors end up across the country in Montana?
“It’s just a fascinating story, the history of these animals,” said Diane Gallegos, executive director of Wolf Haven International, a Tenino, Washington-based wolf rescue group.