My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Wolf Haven International, Tenino, WA, USA
My family and I flew out to WA last year from NC and this was a must see on our list of things to do. We LOVED it!! We learned a lot of information about wolves that we had not known. Our most memorable thing about this place was at the very end of the tour, as we were getting ready to leave, all of the wolves started howling. We will be going back to Wolf Haven next time we go to WA!!
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Since you went on a sanctuary tour here, you already know that you are living in the only state in the U.S. with a population of wild red wolves. There are five of them here, and two can be seen (sometimes) on the sanctuary tour. Tala is definitely more visible than Ruby, who hangs in the back.