Wolf Haven International
3111 Offut Lake Rd. SE Tenino, Washington 98589
800.448.9653
360.264.4695
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Closed Feb 15-Mar 15
Wolf Haven is closed for sanctuary visits from February 15 - March 15. 
We will reopen on Saturday, March 18.
Wolf Video of the Month

They say that spring is just around the corner, but we recently enjoyed a little snow in western Washington. London even discovered a snowman in his enclosure!

Wolf versus Snowman
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Tickets go on sale March 15
Tickets go on sale March 15
 

World of Wolves
March 1, 2017
Five years ago, Wolf Haven International launched a new summer overnight event, which we named A Midsummer's Night. This unique evening is hosted only a few nights each summer for small groups of people.  It reflects the heart of what it means to be a sanctuary.

Because of the immediate success and popularity of A Midsummer's Night, we post the date and time that tickets will go on sale. This year, you can purchase your tickets on Wednesday, March 15 starting at
9 am Pacific Time on our RESERVATIONS page or by calling 360.264.4695 x220.
  
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Species Survival Plan wolves
Anesthetized Mexican wolf during semen collection
Anesthetized Mexican wolf during semen collection process

Recently a team of reproductive specialists from St. Louis Zoo joined Wolf Haven animal care staff for semen collection of several Mexican gray wolves here. Due to their limited genetic diversity, semen collection is a critical tool to ensure that the Mexican wolf persists.
What's New at Wolf Haven? 
Save the date - September 30
Cindy Irwin explains historical wolf range to students

Wolves & Wine

Join us at Wolf Haven's premier fund-raising event and annual meeting - Wolves & Wine. This night of fun includes a silent and live auction, delicious hors d'oeuvres, wine-tasting and camaraderie with fellow wolf and wildlife supporters.
Tickets available now.

Wolf Haven's Education Programs

New things are coming to our education programs. Beginning March 18, they will include: a short informational session, an observation-based quieter sanctuary visit, and a question and answer discussion. Student Program Choices are based on Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).