Wolf Park Inc
Rating: 4.86 stars 107 107 reviews 981
4004 E 800 N Battle Ground IN 47920 USA
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.
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.
Wolf Park is geared to all ages young and old
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My family and I have watched many generations of wolves at this wonderful facility. There are so many lies being spread about these amazing animals. This place is a treasure, because it tells people the truth.
This is great place to learn the truth about wolves. There are so many les about them being spread.
Wolf park is a wonderful and education facility that loves their wolves and foxes. I've had the great opportunity to be face to face with many of the wolves and take part in photo seminars. All the staff and volunteers are wonderful. Highly recommend for anyone who has a love for wolves!!
Wolves are a part of our lives. The Creator put them here and we learn from Wolves and all other wildlife he created as well. Shame on all of you trophy hunters. We don't like you.
The wonderful and dedicated staff that work with the wolves make it a pleasure to visit their website as well as their facebook page. I live in South Africa where we do not really have wolves and I've been visiting their website for more than 10 years now (since the days of the late Tristan and Marion et al) and I've always been so impressed with them and the work that they do. I totally love the pictures of Monty Sloan. Great organisation!
Both my daughter and I have sponsored wolves at Wolf Park. After you attend a special training session you can go in with your wolf (with a highly trained Wolf Park Staffer also.) If your wolf isn't feeling sociable, they will take you in with another. It's an awesome experience for a wolf lover. I actually was kissed by my wolf Ayla! Even if you can afford to sponsor a wolf It's still a wonderful place to visit. The people there are friendly and very knowledgeable. This is not just a tourist trap - the people there really love wolves and have studied them for years and want to share all they have learned about these beautiful animals.
Not only are the staff at Wolf Park very knowledgeable about the candids at the park, they are also incredibly dedicated to caring for the animals and educating the public about them. No where else can you find a great team, who teaches about candid behavior and the management and socialization of captive wolves, while the public experiences the animals up close and personal.
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.
Their support of scouting makes them #! in my book. Not only is is a great facility as it, but they go our of their way to develop educational programming for children. Have fun and learn...that is what it's all about for my Girl Scouts.
I wish I had known about Wolf Park sooner. I sponsor Wotan and it is awesome to see the wonderful work this organization does for these animals. Great people taking care of these beautiful animals. I wish there were more organizations like this one across the country. Please support Wolf Park anyway possible, by sponsorship or any donation. Thank you for listening and check out Wolf Park!!!
We took our two children to Wolf Park this spring and it went above and beyond my expectations. We planned on visiting and seeing some animals and having a good time but the staff was so knowledgeable and really new the animals on a personal level. We were part of a tour that the park does many times a day, in which they walk the guests around the park and teach them about the wildlife that they have on the grounds. They don't just point and introduce us to the animals, they teach us. They explain the actions animals in the wild as well in captivity, they teach us new facts that aren't as well known and they inform us of the impact humankind is having on their natural environment. This was such an amazing experience that we even went back that evening for Howl Night and we learned even more about these amazing animals. We can't wait to go back and we are now planning our next visit.