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Click HERE to see more photos from the book Wolf Haven.  Sierra Magazine, Oct 7, 2016

November 2, 2016

This picture of Lonnie is one of the several wolf photos highlighted in the book
This picture is one of the Annie Marie Musselman wolf photos highlighted in the Wolf Haven book. Lonnie was found wandering in an L.A. cemetery & has been at Wolf Haven since 2009.

Wolf Haven Holiday (or anytime) Special

Wall Calendar
If you or someone you know loves looking at wolf images, here is a special offer: For the combined price of $30*, you can order the stunning new book  Wolf Haven: Sanctuary and the Future of Wolves in North America  AND select either a 2017 Wolf Haven wall calendar or a 2017 Wolf Haven desktop calendar. 

Deskstop Calendar
Desktop Calendar
This coffee-table sized book is the result of several year's work by photographer Annie Marie Musselman, and contains 80 gorgeous photographs of gray wolves, Mexican wolves, red wolves and wolf pups. The haunting pictures taken by photographer Julie Lawrence grace each month of the 2017 calendars.

*plus shipping charges
Ladyhawk has lived at Wolf Haven since 2005
Ladyhawk has lived at Wolf Haven since 2005

Don't Tell Me My Age!

Caedus _in front of Ladyhawk_
Caedus  & Ladyhawk
"Normally we don't try to pair up animals with such an age difference, but Ladyhawk's story is different than most."

READ MORE about the successful, long-term pairing of the younger, slightly overweight wolfdog Caedus and the older, petite gray wolf Ladyhawk. Their seven-year age difference doesn't seem to matter to them one bit! 

This article originally appeared in the Wolf Haven membership magazine Wolf Tracks. If you would like to receive Wolf Tracks read more about wolves, both in the wild and at Wolf Haven, become a Member now!
Wolves in the news  
Mexican Wolf Pup
WSFWS photo

Wolf Haven news        
Mexican wolf pup - USFWS photo
Houston before rescue -
 at feed store
Houston- we have a solution...

He was all alone in a filthy kennel at a feed store in Texas, 30 lbs. underweight and living on beef jerky. Our friends at the Houston SPCA rescued him and the owner has been convicted of cruelty.

DNA results show he is a wolf or high-content wolfdog - another animal that suffered as a result of the pet trade.
We've named him after the city where he lived and Houston is now at his forever home of Wolf Haven. 
Houston after rescue - at Wolf Haven
Houston after rescue - at Wolf Haven
Houston will have a safe, lifetime home with an appropriate companion, healthy food and veterinary care. He will be treated with compassion, respect and dignity until the end of his days. He will not suffer again.
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A wolf is being humanely and carefully examined during the 2016 Wildlife Handling and Chemical Immobilization Course for Wildlife Professionals class hosted by Wolf Haven and taught by Dr. Mark Johnson
An anesthetized wolf is being humanely examined during the 2016 Wildlife Handling and Chemical Immobilization Course for Wildlife Professionals class hosted by Wolf Haven International and taught by Dr. Mark Johnson.

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