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April 2, 2015

Ladyhawk delicately peels her egg

Spring has sprung at Wolf Haven

We all know how intelligent wolves are, and the importance of providing stimulating sensory opportunities for these wild animals. With that in mind, Wolf Haven animal care staff and volunteers provide a variety of novel foodstuff and scents for them to investigate. We occasionally match these enrichment items up with human holidays. Of course the wolves aren't remotely interested in these manmade events, but by combining the two, it's providing enrichment for both species.  Here is a VIDEO of Rocco & Sitka Rose enjoying hard-boiled eggs.
New reservation system coming  
Wolf Haven is excited about a change to our sanctuary visit process. Beginning June 1, visitors will reserve their visits to  Wolf Haven through our new online reservation system or by calling a special phone number.  Read More Here.

How ranching and wolves can successfully co-exist  
Temple Grandin weighs in on
She made the winning bid on wolf art & winery visit.
Hold the date - Sept. 26 
Keep Saturday, September 26 open in your calendar. It is our fifth annual Wolves & Wine event, where we celebrate all things wolves. Join us for an evening of wine from local wineries, hors doeuvres, silent & live auctions, and an overview of the highlight of the year at Wolf Haven.

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