photo by Julie Lawrence
Tour Wolf Haven International in Tenino, Washington, (near Olympia) to learn all about the importance of conservation—not only from a wolf’s point of view, but from a two-legged perspective as well. Besides guided wolf sanctuary tours, you’ll learn about prairie conservation on the fragile Mima Mounds formations on the property, part of the Puget Prairie.
If you’re on the hunt for your wild side, join one of Wolf Haven’s Howl- Ins scheduled on July 21, August 4 and August 18. These family-friendly howl-ins include the whole Wolf-Haven experience: sanctuary tours, live music, environmentally friendly children’s activities, storytelling, face painting, an eco-scavenger hunt,prairie walks, optional overnight camping (space limited) and, of course, howling with the wolves.
For a tour or howl-in, be sure to reserve ahead at www.wolfhaven.org, or call (800) 448-9653. Located at 3111 Offut Lake Rd SE, Tenino, WA.
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