Wolf Haven International
3111 Offut Lake Rd. SE Tenino, Washington 98589
800.448.WOLF [9653]
360.264.HOWL [4695]
Closed Feb 15-Mar 15
Wolf Haven is closed for sanctuary visits from February 15 - March 15. 
We will reopen on Saturday, March 19.
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Enjoy these two short video clips of Sam, one of the residents of Wolf Haven. 

Reminder: Comments on California's draft wolf management plan are due by February 15.

Red wolves Jacob and Tamaska are recommended for breeding this year

Wolf Haven closed Feb 15 - Mar 15
World of Wolves
February 3, 2016
Breeding recommendations for critically endangered wolves: We have three pair of wolves recommended for breeding this year! As you may know, Wolf Haven is part of two wolf Species Survival Plan programs. The Mexican wolf and red wolf are both actively bred and managed in captivity; a wild population is maintained as well. Both pair of red wolves at  Wolf Haven are recommended for breeding this spring, as are Mexican wolves M752 and F962 (in-house names of Coal and Nieta). Wolf Haven will close the sanctuary completely (except for animal care staff) from February 15 - March 15 to provide some privacy.

Red wolf program               Mexican wolf program
Special includes wolf calendar, adoption and heart sticker
Valentine Special
Give the gift of love this year - wolf love. For $30, you can give your beloved a 2016 wolf calendar (our very own residents), symbolic wolf adoption and Wolves sticker.

Wolf Haven in the news

Midsummer's Night Tickets
Go on Sale March 1 at 8:00 am PT
(check our home page at that time for the link to purchase tickets)

Our popular overnight summer event, A Midsummer's Night, will be offered on:
  • July 9 (Adults only)
  • July 23
  • August 13
  • August 20 
Included will be dinner, an extended enrichment visit in the sanctuary, prairie walk, overnight camping and a continental breakfast, followed by a morning sanctuary visit. Limited to 20 people. 

Wolf Haven makes Smithsonian 

After receiving a Getty Images Grant, photographer Annie Musselman spent two years photographing the wolves of Wolf Haven. In this month's issue of Smithsonian Magazine, you can see six pages of her iconic pictures. Her Wolf Haven photography series will be released as a book in 2016. She has previously been published in The New Yorker, National Geographic, Audubon and Harper's.