In This Issue of World of Wolves
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T is the newest resident of Wolf Haven
Joint Base Lewis-McChord prairie

We want to thank those at JBLM who gave us a special tour of their protected prairie.

May 5, 2016

Lonnie was found wandering in a cemetery


Photographed by ANNIE MUSSELMAN

This stirring book of photographs introduces the many wolves that have been given sanctuary at Wolf Haven International near Mount Rainier in southeast Washington State. When Seattle-based photographer Annie Musselman was awarded a Getty Images Grant, she chose Wolf Haven as the focus of her work. Annie spent several years unobtrusively taking pictures of the resident wolves, and with prose by nature author Brenda Peterson highlighting her ethereal photos, this striking book will be released in September.

Read more about the September release of Wolf Haven  A Sanctuary and the Future of Wolves in North America.
T is a high-content wolfdog
Meet T, our newest resident

A four-year old male high content wolfdog joined the Wolf Haven family last week. He is currently sharing an enclosure with two female wolfdogs, Senna & Willow. At the moment, we are referring to him as "T" (short for his original name of Tecumseh) and have not made a final determination of who he will permanently share an enclosure with. Here is a video of the three wolfdogs interacting.

We asked you to
GiveBIG - and you did!

This was the sixth GiveBIG day of giving sponsored by The Seattle Foundation (and Wolf Haven's sixth year of participation). Our goal this year was to raise $13,000, but we didn't raise that. Instead, your generosity helped us raise $20,000 - an all-time record for us.  Thank you to everyone who took the time to give to Wolf Haven and the wolves during the annual GiveBIG event. 

A pair of Himalayan wolves in the wild c/o Madhu Chetri 
Wolves in the News 
"Working to conserve and protect wolves and their habitat."
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