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September 2018
Goodbye to a legendary wolf

Bart - gray wolf, photo Julie Lawrence
Although he wasn't on the public route, we often joked that Bart was the most photographed wolf at Wolf Haven. He liked to stand on the top of a hill in his enclosure and survey the world below. Often, Bart was the first wolf a visitor would see on his or her way to the sanctuary. Bart left us at the age of 15 in late April.  (originally appeared in Wolf Tracks, Summer 2018 issue.)
Goodbye to a legendary dog

Cash - Karelian Bear Dog
Cash - Karelian Bear Dog
Karelian Bear Dogs are a very special breed used by Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) to help resolve  bear-human conflicts and reduce the number of bears that have to be lethally removed.  These specialized dogs are useful to retrain bears to avoid humans. Similar work has potential to work with mountain lions. WDFW Bear & Cougar Specialist Rich Beausoleil, who cared for Cash for 13 years, wrote this moving tribute to him.
Sip Wine & Help Wolves
Hand-carved mask
Stained glass
Gift card tree
Flowerpot stand
Eight years ago, Wolf Haven International launched a new fundraising event which we named Wolves & Wine. It was successful in 2010 and has only gotten better every year. A combination of excellent food, wine tastings, silent and live auction and annual meeting, it has actually become a fundraiser that people look forward to attending. Above are a few of the items that will be available for purchase that night. Tickets are going fast, so
CLICK HERE if you'd like one (or more) before its sold out.

You can  READ MORE  here.
Children's Book tells story of Wolf Haven family

Lobos book cover
Lobos- A Wolf Family  Returns To The Wild
This children's book about a family of Mexican gray wolves (lobos) is a follow-up to Wolf Haven: Sanctuary and the Future of Wolves in North America. The nonfiction story by Brenda Peterson is illustrated with color photography by Annie Marie Musselman, the principals behind the earlier book. It tells the story of a family of endangered Mexican wolves who begin their lives at Wolf Haven, are transferred to Ted Turner's Ladder Ranch in New Mexico, and ultimately released into the wild in Mexico. 

Upcoming events
O'Neil Regional Park, Trabuco Canyon, CA

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

Environmental Nature Center, Newport Beach, CA 

"To conserve and protect wolves and their habitat."
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