Wolf Sanctuary of 60-plus wooded acres is home to swift foxes, red wolves, and the most endangered of all the wolves, the ... More
Wolf Sanctuary (The)
Wolf Sanctuary of 60-plus wooded acres is home to swift foxes, red wolves, and the most endangered of all the wolves, the Mexican gray wolf. It offers program/tour and tour-only packages year-round, except for during breeding and pup-rearing season (May). The program/tour consists of an indoor film and slide show, a lecture, followed by a one-half mile walk to view the wolves. Alternatively, you can opt just for the walk.
I have not visited the sanctuary but I wanted to view the website provided and you have to be "authorized" to view it! How frustrating is that. I tried to "make" a user name and password which it won't let you do. When organizations make it this difficult to even view, it doesn't make a person have a good feeling about it.
I was there a few years after it opened, in the 60's and it was great, got to see the feeding of the wolves. I visited again in September 2003 & found it interesting tho the 2 narators were nervous & untrained, the classroom settings was WAY too long, almost an hour, when much could have been said during the viewing of the wolves.
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