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April 2, 2014

During the week of March 23-30, conservation organizations and wolf advocates celebrated what has become an annual event known as #LoboWeek. Missing from the landscape for more than 30 years, the Mexican gray wolf was reintroduced to the wild on March 29, 1998 when 11 captive-reared Mexican  wolves were released in the Blue Range Recovery Area of Arizona and New Mexico. As a participant in a captive breeding program for this once nearly extinct animal, Wolf Haven has had five litters of Mexican wolves born here. One of three pre-release facilities in the U.S., Wolf Haven has had two litters (11 wolves) released into the wild.

You can catch up with last week's #LoboWeek posts on our FB page 
and view a 2008 VIDEO of  a Wolf Haven-born Mexican wolf, Cejitas, pup-sitting his younger siblings who were born that year. 
Wolf in Denali Park - Photo credit: ADFG

Speak up for Alaskan wolves!

Author and wolf advocate Marybeth Holleman (Among Wolves), asks us to take a stand for wolves in Alaska, particularly those around Denali National Park.

You can read her Call to Action on Wolf Haven's blog HERE
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Predators on the Landscape

Join Wolf Haven International, Dr. Laurie Marker, Founder and Executive Director of the Cheetah Conservation Fund, and others for an evening of compelling discussion on the need for top predators on the landscape.


May 1, 5:30 - 8:00 pm
Heritage Room on Capitol Lake, 604 Water Street SW,  Olympia, WA

Light hors d'oeuvres and no host bar before the event; coffee & dessert afterward.

Free Admission/ Limited space available. Please RSVP - 360.264-4695 x210 or

A Midsummer's Night
There are still a few A Midsummer's Night tickets available.
Dates are:
  • July 12
  • August 9
  • August 16
  • August 23
  • September 13
Call 800.448.WOLF (9653) x 210 or register ONLINE HERE.

Enjoy wine, beer, cider & hors d'oeuvres and meet fellow wolf advocates as you support Wolf Haven International! Wine tasting offered by local wineries.

All proceeds directly help Wolf Haven International.
Call 800.448.WOLF (9653) x 210 or register ONLINE HERE .

Photo credit Greenpeace
Alexander Archipelago wolf
Photo credit: Greenpeace
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