Thursday - Sunday (call for exceptions)
10:00am - 5:00pm (last tour at 4pm)
Required Donation Per Person:
$25 for 1 Hour Tour
$75 for Half Day Tour
$150 - Private 1 Hour Tour with Tonya & the Wolves
$140 for Full Day at the Sanctuary (please specify when making appt)
$300 for professional photographers (must sign photo release)
Length of Tour:
Approximately 1 hour
Extended/Private Tours can be specially requested when you make your
Setting Up Your Visit:
To make an appointment for a tour,
DO NOT SEND AN EMAIL to make an
Tell us who will be coming to visit and you will receive an appointment time.
Please do not be late, if you come too late and it is feeding time you may not
get your tour.
Please call if you can not make your appointment or you
will be late.
No children under 13 years old are allowed.
Please call Tonya for exceptions or for school tour requests. A wolf can
be brought out for the group.
About the Wolves:
You will be meeting our wolves. The wolves are very social and loving.
You will be able to sing with the wolves.
You will learn the story behind the sanctuary and each of the wolves you meet.
You will also be educated on wolves in general. You will learn that most
of the facts you think about wolves are in fact myths.
You may bring
treats for the wolves. The wolves favorite treat is "Frozen, Boneless,
Skinless Chicken" or Beef! Knucklebones/soup bones and dog bones from Costco are the only things allowed.
Istas needs a special diet due to his
illness: Nature's Domain: Available at Costco
Please do not give a wolf a treat without the permission of a staff member.You may also bring raw beef or chicken (no chicken bones allowed) for the
wolves. We can always use the extra meat as our meat prices have been
raised 50%. During the summer the wolves love fruit, call Tonya for
Donations of food can not
be used in lieu of the visit
donation, they will be in addition to it. The sanctuary receives no
funding and the monetary donations for your tour is what keeps WMS operating and
the wolves fed.
If you are an adoptive parent you are still required to pay the visit donation.
WMS depends on these donations to feed the wolves. Monthly payments from
adoptive parents are not enough to feed all the wolves and many monthly payments
ARE NOT received each month.
BRING 14 TREATS PLEASE IF YOU BRING ANY. WE CANNOT LET ANY WOLF BE LEFT OUT....
No toys for the wolves are allowed.
Photographs are allowed but please remember that these photos are for your
personal use only.
Photos of staff may not be used or posted on the internet without express
permission from WMS.
If you post to social websites, please tag Wolf Mountain and add our website so
people viewing can visit it.
Any photos taken at the sanctuary are
NOT TO BE SOLD in any form unless
you have prior permission in writingfrom the founder of
Wolf Mountain Sanctuary and the Sanctuary will receive partial proceeds.
Bring several rolls of film or a digital camera with several batteries.
If you are a professional photographer or artist, you must tell us so that you
can sign an artist release. Paintings or any forms of art or products
using images from Wolf Mountain cannot be created without express permission
from the Founder of Wolf Mountain Sanctuary in writing. WMS will
receive partial proceeds or original piece.
If you post photos to a website, be sure to protect the photos so they cannot be
copied. A notice that they were taken at Wolf Mountain Sanctuary,
www.wolfmountain.com on the photo and a link to WMS on
your link page is also required. Please notify WMS via
email with your website address.
Dress For Your Visit:
Please dress warmly during the winter months, it is cold.
During the summer it is very warm, wear sunscreen.
No dresses or high heels or fur lined products (uggs) allowed.
No sweatpants, sweat type shorts, or pants or shorts made out of loud fabrics,
i.e. board shorts (this type of material). (The wolves will want these)
No baseball hats, beanies, sunhats. (The wolves will want these)
No scarf's, gloves, ponchos, blankets. (The wolves will want these)
Camera bags must be left outside the compounds.
You may bring your lunch and have it at the sanctuary, please state you wish to
do this when you make your appointment.
Schools, groups and clubs are welcome and we love to accommodate you. Call
and speak with Tonya for more info.
The road to the sanctuary is dirt and rocky, if you have a truck or SUV drive
that, if not go VERY slowly on the road and you will be okay. Honk when
you get to the gate and a staff member will open the gate for your to park.
Do not bring any animals to leave in your car. This is not safe for your
animals and distracting to the wolves.
Volunteers are required to provide their own gas, food and
water while working at WMS. WMS does not have fund to pay for any
volunteer work or provisions for such.
WOLF MOUNTAIN SANCTUARY LOOKS FORWARD TO YOUR VISIT!
Updated February 15, 2012
Wolf Mountain Sanctuary is a
educational organization dedicated
to the preservation, protection and proper management of wolves in the wild and in captivity.
Our purpose and ultimate goal is to save these great noble animals from extinction.