Wolves eat one big meal a week. In this case, it is Saturday nights. So, we were concerned about whether we'd see live wolves at all. Fortunately, the Center provides a short presentation followed by a small snack for the wolves at 1pm and 3pm each day which increases the likelihood of seeing this animal. We were fortunate as a careful look at the nearby forested area disclosed that what first looked like a rock turned out to be a sleeping wolf. We sat through a fairly interesting presentation about wolves and then it was "snack time." There are four wolves in the area and they all appeared for the snack (no guarantee that will happen). Visitors view the wolves from inside the facility, looking through large windows.
My primary recommendation is to be at the facility at either 1pm or 3pm or the likelihood of seeing live wolves is greatly diminished.
In addition to the presentation, there are a couple of brief video presentations running continuously as well as other stationary exhibits and, a gift shop. We were not particularly impressed by the exhibits.
The facility is modern and well maintained.
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