We visited the Refuge with our three grandchildren under nine.
I called ahead to make sure we would be able to go on the wolf walk. We arrived early so we had a brief fascinating tour of the animals that were being rehabilitated. The wolves are truly beautiful creatures. They also have owls, eagles, hawks, chickens, geese, falcons, fox, and bobcats.
Steve was our guide on the wolf walk. He was so knowledgeable and enthusiastic about wolves and wildlife it was a pleasure to be in his company. The walk is an easy stroll on a pine needle covered path. He and the wolf walked at a leisurely pace with frequent stops while Steve talked about wolves and other wildlife. The highlight of the trip was the frequent stops the wolf made to howl and mark his trail
We all enjoyed the walk.
My one caveat is that the presentation is just too long There is an overwhelming amount of information not just for the children but for adults too.
We did leave a donation and I have to say no one on the staff ever requested a donation.
This was a wonderful, unique experience!
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