It was really cool and was very interactive. They let us try to make the wolfs howl by howling to them and they also feed the animals while they were showing them to us. The people were very factual. They let us ask questions and treated us to funny stories and personal experiences at the wolf preserve. Then animals were so cute and were really well behaved. You are aloud to take pictures of the animals too. It was worth much more than I paid. The kids enjoyed it and surprisingly the enjoyed it, even if it had some learning involved. The next day at the campsite, we could hear the wolves howling. It was very cool and I hope I can visit it again.
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