WOLF PARK INC
Rating: 4.82 stars 65 reviews
Location: 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.
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
Geographic areas served: Globally
Programs: Wolf Park offers many programs such as
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Took my son's there for Wolf howl, we were all amazed. What a great place
Wolf Park is a place we love to take our daughter and son! Wonderful Park and staff, always well kept! Animals seems so content and the information given is plentiful! We would suggest this park to anyone, all ages! True diamond in the rough!
This place really helps the wolves. Wolves are first dogs and we are responsible for their continued existence.
I discovered Wolf Park entirely by accident while planning a trip to visit relatives. I *intentionally* planned another trip "to visit relatives", so we had an excuse to go back. Hmm, I think we may need to visit those relatives again. Lol. It's a wonderful experience for the whole family! I *highly* recommend it!
My son loves wolves. We found this sanctuary that cares for wolves, foxes, and buffalo! You can see them up close in a nice field area. Their enclosures are huge and natural. The tour was great. Very knowledgeable staff. Nice gift shop too. We hope to visit again.
A teacher friend told me of this place. She had taken her own children there nearly 20 years ago. We were happy to find it in operation and I took my twin daughters there last summer. We live 4 hours away and have been back 2 other times and plan to go again soon before the winter. My girls learned so much from their camp and our own experiences there from the workers. They have done great things in studies/research and to inspire young people to become advocates for wolves! Thank you for all the dedication and hard work you do!!!!!!!!!!
We have visited Wolf Park many times, each time learning more about these wonderful animals than we ever expected to. The volunteers there really take the time to introduce the wolves to the public. They seem to really love being a part of that community. Every time we leave there, we feel as if we're a part of their family! We truly enjoy visiting with the wolves, and seeing them in their habitat.
Wolf Park is a wonderful educational facility for we humans can learn so much about the wolves place in the world.
I frequently (daily) visit the webpages of Wolf Park and it feels like I am there with the staff and the wolfs and foxes. All the knowledge and enthusiasm jumps of the pages. I will visit the park in person some day, I just have to. Even if it is a gigantic trip from The Netherlands to the US.
I can't say enough great things about Wolf Park. The staff members are extremely friendly and amazingly knowledgeable. There has never been I time that they haven't been able to answer any questions I had. I had the pleasure of spending the day with Mrs. Goodman and Mr. Slone. To see these wonderful people educate the public about wolves, their habitats, and behavior was awe inspiring. The most impressive thing is the way they love the wolves at Wolf Park. You really get to see the bond between human and wolf. Wolf Park is an excellent place and really does give me hope that through education, wolves can be reintroduced to an environment and people will not feel they have to be hunted down. I can't wait till I can go back. Wolf Park is fantastic!