Wolf Haven International

Wolf Haven International is a nationally recognized wolf sanctuary that has rescued and provided a lifetime home for over 300 displaced, captive-born animals since 1982. Guided walking visits offer visitors a rare, close-up view of wolves. Wolf Haven provides a variety of educational programs, participates in multi-agency Species Survival Plan programs for critically endangered wolves and advocates for wolves in the wild. Visitors can also follow a walking trail through beautiful native Mima Mound prairie and enjoy the native flowers, birds, butterflies that can be found there.

Guided visits are approximately 50 minutes and cover a variety of educational information about wolves, including biology, their role in a healthy ecosystem and recovery programs. Biographical information on sanctuary residents is also provided by sanctuary guides. As the group remains together as a “pack”. The visit moves at a leisurely stroll and visitors are on their feet throughout. Benches are located along the visit route for those who might need a rest. The visit route is flat and wheelchair or stroller accessible – however be aware that it is a gravel path. Advance reservations are required. Please visit the website or call to schedule your visit.

There are many ways to get involved and support us, including:

  • Memberships
  • Adoptions
  • Donations
  • Volunteering
  • Planned Giving

Volunteers generously give their time, talent and support to Wolf Haven International. We simply could not successfully continue to focus on our mission without their help. Volunteers help to increase understanding, appreciation, and conservation of wolves, wildlife and South Sound prairie. They serve as ambassadors in the community, promoting Wolf Haven, wolves and native prairie species. If you have a desire to help, Wolf Haven will make good use of your time and talent. (Volunteers must be 17 years or older.)

Wolf Haven International
3111 Offut Lake Rd. SE
Tenino, Washington 98589

[email protected] (360) 264-HOWL [4695] or 1 (800) 448-WOLF [9653] Website Facebook Twitter YouTube