Washington April 16, 2019
This Wolf Encounter In Washington Is A Once-In-A-Lifetime Experience
Wolves are amazing creatures, although for most of us, it’s not exactly easy to see them in person. But thanks to one beloved wildlife sanctuary located right here in Washington, you can have an immersive two hour wolf encounter you’ll never forget.
Predators of the Heart is a 10-acre wildlife sanctuary located in Anacortes.
Founder Dave Coleburn has been caring for the animals since 1998.
The sanctuary is home to cougars, lynx, hawks, owls, vultures, skunks, opossums, foxes, and a variety of exotic birds...
... but they're best known for the wolves.
This place has one of the largest wolf packs of the Pacific Northwest.
During the 2-hour Wolf Encounter, you'll learn about the sanctuary's mission and history.
And that's when Max and Kakoa, your wolf ambassadors, will guide you through the trails of their new 1 1/2 acre run.
You'll learn a lot about wolf myths and misconceptions, and you'll definitely have time to take some photos.
The $200 fee includes the tour, time with the wolves, beverages, snacks, and photo ops.
Take comfort in knowing your money will be going for a great cause.
The facility is insured and licensed by the USDA, and most of the animals come here as the result of divorce, foreclosure, financial hardship, or people who were unprepared for the care exotic animals require.
You can book your wolf encounter through Airbnb Experiences. The fee also includes time to check out the other animals at the sanctuary.
A reservation is required to go, so make sure you plan ahead.
Click here to book this once-in-a-lifetime experience. And if you enjoy seeing exotic animals, check out Washington’s wallaby ranch.