Summer Evening Tours are on the way!
Join us at the California Wolf Center for a rare evening visit with our resident wolves. Evening programs start May 10, 2014. These special programs include an educational presentation and guided observation of two of our resident wolf packs in the early evening when they are most likely to be active. It's a unique opportunity to learn about the intelligence and complex social structure of a wolves. Call 760-765-0030 to reserve your spot today, or use our online reservation form.
Support Wolf Recovery with Monthly Giving
You can make a difference for wolves! Monthly donations provide a reliable source of funds to ensure the health and happiness of our ambassador wolves as well as helping to make our mission of wolf recovery a reality. This is a critical time for wolf recovery, and we need your help more than ever. Learn more here.
Wildlife Handling and Chemical Immobilization Course
Each year in January, the California Wolf Center hosts a course taught by Dr. Mark Johnson (of the original Yellowstone wolf reintroduction, among other things). Dr. Johnson has decades of international experience handling a variety of species. The next course will be held on January 9, 10, and 11, 2014. Visit our Wildlife Handling Course page for more details on the course and for information on how to register. The 2014 course is SOLD OUT, but please stay tuned for details on the 2015 course.
Calling all photographers! The California Wolf Center invites you to participate in a unique program! Each year, we teach thousands of people about wolves and their important role in the ecosystem. To aid in these efforts, we need high quality photos of our wolves. Please consider signing up for one of our special photography tours for a chance to photograph the wolves behind the scenes. For more details, view the flier here or call 619-234-WOLF (9653).
Wolf Awareness Week 2014
Wolf Awareness Week 2014 will be held on Saturday, October 25, 2014. Michael Sutton, President of the California Fish & Game Commission and Vice President, Pacific Flyway, National Audubon Society, will share his insights into the history and future of wildlife conservation in the state of California. As California prepares for the return of gray wolves after decades of absence, what role can our state play in preserving wolves and other species for generations to come? This fundraising event will benefit the California Wolf Center's resident wolves as well as our efforts to help wolves recover in the wild, including in our home state of California. Stay tuned for more details here, or you can also call the California Wolf Center at (619) 234-9653 for more information.