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The two RV Gypsies at Wolf Haven Sanctuary
in Tenino, Washington
July 19, 2013

This is the fourth (4th) Wolf Sanctuary that the two RV Gypsies have been to. The two RV Gypsies learned a lot from the guide at Wolf Haven Sanctuary during the tour. However, unlike two of the other wolf sanctuaries, the wolves were all in secured areas, and since it was a warm day, only a few wolves could be seen wandering around their fenced-in areas. But the tour was quite informative, so for that reason it is worth recommending. However, if you want to get up close and personal with a wolf, this is not the right place for that. The guide (as well as guides at other wolf sanctuaries) really stressed that nobody should ever choose to have a wolf as a pet - they cannot be trained!

decorated wolf benches
a bird on the fence

Shadow, a grey wolf

Lorenzo and Noel

Shadow, a grey wolf
two wolves - Lorenzo and Noel

If you would prefer a sanctuary where you can actually touch the wolves, use the TOC button above and choose the red wildlife button. But again, this tour was extremely informative about wolves and their habits, and the two RV Gypsies felt that it was worth visiting.

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