Accessible Weekend Getaways include Wolf Haven

Printed scripts and a limited number of manual wheelchairs are available upon request in the sanctuary store. Please note that service animals are not permitted in the sanctuary for the safety and comfort of all of the animals and the sanctuary’s guests.

photo by Accessible Family Travel

photo by Accessible Family Travel

March World of Wolves – Preserving genes and ensuring health

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.

Collecting & preserving genes

Collecting & preserving genes

February World of Wolves – Your Gift Did This

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.

Shelter box (opened) for new wolf enclosure.

January World of Wolves – moving wolves from PA to WA to MT

The original wolves at this sanctuary lived in Kane, Pennsylvania. How did their ancestors end up across the country in Montana?

One of the Montana wolves in the snow

One of the Montana wolves in the snow

Descendants of historic Pennsylvania wolves live in Montana – Billings Gazette

Montana wolf

Montana wolf

“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.

The Wild Adventures of Naturalist Christopher Montero – Thurston Talk

Born in Costa Rica, Chris grew up in an urban area, but his extended family lived in the country where he spent his summers. “Those are my fondest memories,” Chis shares. “That shaped a lot of my interest in animals, nature, and being outdoors.” 

Wolf Haven welcomes newest resident – wolfdog Layla – The Daily Chronicle

The newest resident at the Wolf Haven International sanctuary in Tenino used to only roam as far as the backyard cable connected to her collar would let her go. Layla, a first-generation wolfdog — her mother was a wolf and her father a Malamute — recently arrived at Wolf Haven by way of an animal shelter in Thurston County. 

52 Seattle adventures you can do with your kids – King5 News / ParentMap

Want to watch? Wolf Haven International mention begin at 5:53 mark. Wolf Haven included in the “Winning Winter Tours” section of the book.

https://www.parentmap.com/52adventures

 

December World of Wolves -Off chains and out of the kennel

Layla - Wolf Haven's newest resident

Layla – Wolf Haven’s newest resident

A new voice can be heard at Wolf Haven. Layla, a three-year old female, is an F1 wolfdog, or first generation, meaning that 50% of her DNA comes from a pure wolf (in this case her mother) and 50% from a domestic dog (her dad, a Malamute).

What’s it like to work with wolves? circa.com

Dan carves strips of beef for wolves.

Dan carves strips of beef for wolves.

At Wolf Haven International, the staff is tasked with taking care of dozens of wolves and other wild canines. Although much of the job is about stayingout of the animal’s way.

“We are simply guests in the animal’s home, and it’s better for wolves to be left alone so that they can live as a wolf,” said Kim Young, the haven’s communications director.