Wolf Haven Temporarily Closes for 30 Days
Wolf breeding cycle

Tenino- Wolf Haven International temporarily closes to the public and doesn't offer wolf sanctuary visits from mid-February through mid-March. Our administrative office remains open during this time.

London is one of rescues at Wolf Haven
London is one of the rescues at Wolf Haven
Rescued Wolves  
Displaced, captive-born animals

Wolves go through a natural breeding cycle annually during this period. The sanctuary's rescued wolves have been partially altered, which allows them to go through typical mating behavior but not reproduce. Wolf Haven currently has 28 permanent rescued residents. Wolf Haven does not breed any of the rescued animals. 
F907 (Gypsy) is a Mexican gray wolf at Wolf Haven
Critically Endangered Wolves 

Wolf Haven is a participant in two federally managed breeding programs for endangered wolves: one for the red wolf  (found only in the U.S.) and the other for the Mexican gray wolf (native to the Southwest and Mexico). Breeding recommendations for these special animals are made annually by participating Species Survival Plan managers and based on the program needs. Wolf Haven currently cares for 14 Mexican wolves and 18 red wolves. 

Nash is one of the red wolves recommended for breeding this year
Red wolf F1945 (Nash),  had litters in 2016 and 2017. 
Total Results at Wolf Haven
Nine litters of Mexican and four of red wolves 

There have been a total of nine litters of Mexican wolves born at Wolf Haven since 1994, when we began participating in the Mexican Wolf SSP.
Wolf Haven has had four litters of red wolves born here since 2003, when we began participating in the Red Wolf SSP.

Following the month long closure, Wolf Haven International will resume scheduled  guided sanctuary visits on  Saturday, March 16. Hours and information can be found on our website,  wolfhaven.org or by calling 360.264.4695 x220.
About Wolf Haven International

Wolf Haven International is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose mission is "To conserve and protect wolves and their habitat." For 36 years, Wolf Haven has provided sanctuary to 250 captive-born wolves, offered educational presentations about wolves and wildlife and advocated for wolf restoration in the wild.

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