Now that we are deep into “the dog days of summer”, I thought it would be nice to take a look at some of the ways that the wolves at Wolf Haven get a little relief from the high temps.
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How exhilarating and simultaneously challenging it is to capture the attention of an audience that ranges in age from small children to adults. First, I connect with the squirmy youngsters that are seated on the floor.
Kim Young, Director of Communications with Wolf Haven International near Tenino talks about wolves with Dick Pust, on “It’s Your Community.” KXXO MIXX96.1.
Wolf Haven has been managing the McCleery Wolf Foundation for over a month now. This sanctuary houses 30+ captive-born gray wolves, and is located in scenic (and currently very hot) Bridger, Montana.
Wolf Haven International’s education team has been working hard to improve our interpretive skills as a way to enhance the visitor experience through more engaging and thought-provoking interactions. To help with this, a few of the team have gone through national trainings and programs for interpreters and educators. Over the past winter, Faye Peebles, Wolf […]
Wolf Haven has acquired the McCleery Buffalo Wolf Foundation located in Bridger, Montana. The transfer of ownership includes 30+ captive wolves, property home, vehicles and outbuildings. Wolf Haven will manage the McCleery facility as a satellite sanctuary, allowing the wolves to continue receiving the best care while living out their lives in their current homes.
By Dan Monn, Animal Care, Gift Shop and Volunteer Assistant Wolf Haven International Rosina Newton started volunteering at Wolf Haven International almost four years ago, and she has been enriching guests’ experiences ever since. If you aren’t sure if you’ve been on one of her sanctuary visits, you may remember her trademark wolf ears and […]
Wolf Haven will begin offering child-focused sanctuary visits at 11:30 a.m. on the second and fourth Saturdays of the month in July and August.
Tenino-based Wolf Haven International completed paperwork this week to absorb the McCleery Buffalo Wolf Foundation located in Bridger, Montana — along with its more than two-dozen wolves and 378 acres of land.
Foundation managers Ed and Terry Wheeler donated the organization’s assets, the land located an hour southwest of Billings and more than 30 captive buffalo wolves, also known as Great Plains wolves, to Wolf Haven so it can better care for the animals with an eye toward the future.
About fifty citizen scientists and volunteer experts are converging in the south Sound Saturday for a “bioblitz.” That’s when people get together for a few hours and try to document as many species as possible in one place.