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Due to threats and concerns of an unsafe environment, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has canceled a planned series of open houses to discuss post-recovery management plan for wolves
Public input and feedback is vital to this effort. The public scoping comment period is open from Aug. 1, 2019 through Nov.1, 2019.
Is it on your bucket list to visit the wolves at the McCleery Ranch in Montana and hear them howl? Or perhaps, at long last, go on that safari to see the painted wolves of Africa? You have the opportunity to win one, or both, of these adventures this year at Wolves & Wine 2019! […]
The October 2019 Wildlife Handling & Chemical Immobilization for Wildlife Professionals course is now closed and no longer accepting applications. For information about future classes, contact Wendy Spencer, Director of Operations at Wolf Haven International. This 3-day class is intended for wildlife agency personnel and other wildlife professionals. Taught by Dr. Mark Johnson of Global […]
“Cómo te sentirías si los lobos regresaran a Mount St. Helens?” / “How would you feel about having wolves back in Mount St. Helens?”
A place for wolves in the wild – Un lugar para los lobos
In 1982, the sanctuary that was to eventually become Wolf Haven International was founded in Tenino, Washington. A beacon for wolf advocacy, Wolf Haven International also provides a lifetime home for displaced and captive born wolves and promotes wolf restoration in historical ranges.
As the season changed from spring to summer, so did the wolves’ appearance. Here at Wolf Haven, we are cycling through another lengthy season of shedding, and all the animals’ undercoats are falling off, tuft by tuft.
Here’s a list of animal sanctuaries in the United States that both kids and parents can enjoy.