Mexican wolf shows how to do a proper stretch
Mexican wolf shows how to do a proper stretch
Which is longer -wolf or 5' tub?

Two of the Mexican wolf offspring born here in 2017 relax in their familial enclosure. One enjoys a nice, long (literally) stretch.
Donor Recognition
We gratefully acknowledge our many supporters for making our work for wolves possible ...

2017 Donor List and Annual Report


August 2018

Juno enjoys a watermelon
Juno enjoys a watermelon
London cools down in splash tub
Sierra with her clamsicle
Sierra with her clamsicle
Sam licks a chicken feetsicle
Ways to Beat the Heat if You're a Wolf

The wolves all have splash tubs to cool off in and they receive a fresh bucket of water daily. The enclosures have shady trees and shrubs plus a shelter for an optional "get-away". But you might be surprised at some of the other creative ways that our animal care team find to give them a bit of respite from the heat. 

You can  READ MORE  here.
Summer sanctuary update

Lonnie and Sam
Lonnie and Sam
The shedding season is upon us!
The longer daylight (rather than
warmer temperature) is what
triggers our furry friends to start
shedding their undercoat. All of
our wolves are looking just a little ragged, with clumps of fur sticking out here and there. But
I'm sure it's a welcome change for the wolves as
the temperature rises.                      READ ENTIRE ARTICLE.

  (originally published in Summer 2017 issue of Wolf Tracks magazine.)

Changes pending to red wolf program

red wolf
Last month US Fish and Wildlife Services released its proposed 10(j) rule change and draft Environmental Assessment. Public comment period ran from June 28 through July 30. Wolf Haven submitted comments and we hope to have a decision by late fall.
Upcoming events
Hands On Children's Museum, Olympia, WA

WET Center, Olympia, WA

Wolves & Wine - September 29
Saint Martin's University, Lacey, WA

"To conserve and protect wolves and their habitat."
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