Mission: Wolf Park is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to behavioral research, education and conservation, with the objective of improving the public's understanding of wolves and the value they provide to our environment.
Results: In the midst of very difficult financial times, thanks to you, our supporters, 2012 has been a big year for us:
• Researchers and staff conducted more behavioral research than in any other year;
• The Erich Klinghammer Endowment was created to provide long-term financial stability;
• We added new events and fundraisers to our calendar;
• A new Head Camp Counselor with a background as a school teacher was hired; and
• Veterinary costs for six puppies and multiple surgeries for our aging animals were covered.
We need your help today to reach our 2012 goal of $100,000.00 in additional donations to
continue our mission and to help us grow.
Target demographics: Wolf Park is geared to all ages young and old
I'm fron Italy. I went to Wolf Park last summer (august 2014). It was amazing, i never sow wolves so close before, they're great, amazing, marvellous, fantastic. They need our support and our protection, Wolf Park does it.
I became a sponsor to one of their wolves when I happened to hear about Wolf Park and arranged a tour. It is amazing to see the wolves and to hear how much they contribute to the environment. I love the face that I can come once a month, sometimes a two times a month to see my Wotan, up close and personal. It's a beautiful place and the staff are amazing with all the animals, not just wolves but bison, foxes and coyotes. The staff certainly shows they love them as well as the people who come to tour the park.
Always thought wolves were fabulous animals but the experience at Wolf Park put me into such a beautiful time beyond anything I could have imagined. The area itself is well cared for and the setting to show off the wolves, bison, coyotes, and the foxes fit perfectly. Then you get to meet and spend time with the people and you really get to understand why this is such a great experience. They respect and love the animals and each other. As an extra, my family gave me the gift of a wolf sponsership so after a safety and education session, able to actually be with the wolves and that was the most astonishing time. Nothing negative at any time. Always top of my best memories.