My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Wolf Haven International, Tenino, WA, USA
I have been an avid wolf advocate for many years & when some friends gifted me with a symbolic wolf adoption from Wolf Haven, I couldn't wait to visit! From the moment I stepped out of the car & heard the ravens, I knew this place was magical. The grounds are pain-stakingly cared for, the enclosures are well-built & maintained, & the wolves couldn't get better care anywhere else. After my first tour there, I knew I wanted to be a volunteer tour guide. I've had the privilege to do a number of tours there & have seen the work that goes on behind the scenes. This is a top-notch facility & they even do a lot of valuable work with outreach education & wolf conservation.
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Oh yes, the sounds of birds here is amazing that sometimes it sounds like a nature C.D.! Ravens and wolves naturally go together, so there is no shortage of ravens around here. In fact, if you leave anything (edible or not) on a picnic table, it will soon be gone!