Wolf Haven International will present a family friendly educational program at one of my favorite places, Environmental Nature Center. Come and learn all about wolf behavior, biology and social structure. Why do wolves howl? Why do wolves scent roll? Why are these keystone species so important to an ecosystem?
Wolves are naturally recolonizing back into their historic ranges in the United States, how do humans coexist with these amazing apex predators that share with us a tight family bond, complex social behaviors and an adaptable lifestyle? The program will discuss the history of wolves in North America and specifically the history of wolves in California, the future of wolves in California, and the infamous OR-7 (aka Journey), the first documented wild wolf in California in over 90-years!
The program includes engaging video footage of both wild wolves and wolves at Wolf Haven International, plus hands-on portions with animal skulls, tracks and antlers.There will be NO live wolves in this presentation.
Wolf Haven International is a nonprofit sanctuary for captive-born wolves located in the small farming community of Tenino, WA. For more information visit www.wolfhaven.org.