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Group Visit

Thank you for your interest in a group visit to the Wolf Conservation Center! 

Please be advised that our programs run rain or shine. 

With the mission to educate people about wolves, their relationship in the environment and the human role in protecting their future, the WCC has put together an informative and entertaining look at the history of wolves in North America, their biology and the mythology that surrounds them.  We begin our programs with a brief educational power point presentation in our cozy cabin classroom.  The second portion of the program occurs outdoors by the wolf enclosures.  This is when we strive to answer our guests’ questions as we observe wolf behavior and we howl with the wolves.  We offer different programs to cater to specific age levels.  Program lengths vary but generally run approximately 1.5 hours.

Daytime Programs:
Wolves of North America
Wolves for Kids (age-appropriate 4-8)

Evening Programs:
Evening Howls: Seasonal refreshments are served

One has two options for scheduling:

1- One may book space in an existing visit. Check the web site calendar; click on a date and
    description, prices and registration form will appear. The number of places left in the visit
    will also be shown.  Then register and prepay right online to secure your places.

2- If you have a minimum of 15 people, you may request a date/time that is not listed on the
    calendar.  We are closed Sundays and Mondays. Please fill out a group visit form on the
    web site, including 3 dates/times that you are available.  Upon receipt of this form, we will
    contact you via e-mail to confirm a date/time and to arrange prepayment.

To schedule a GROUP to visit the WCC for 15-40 people (i.e. scout group, school group, etc.) for a date not currently on the calendar, please fill out our Group Visit Inquiry Form.

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live-cam-wildearth2Keep an eye on our critically endangered wolves as well as Ambassador wolves Atka, Alawa, Zephyr and Nikai. Enjoy - and please let us know if you see anything interesting.

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