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“Cub scout "wolf cubs" really enjoyed this”

Wolf Conservation Center
Reviewed August 5, 2013

Our cub scouts had a great time seeing the wolves at feeding time, and even though they couldn't see the very shy Mexican wolves, they could hear them howling and singing. Everyone wanted a souvenir afterwards (toy wolves and caps and t-shirts).

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Reviewed May 22, 2013

Good conservation organization and right in Westcheste'rs backyard. Great educational and fun outing

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Reviewed April 30, 2013 via mobile

My family visited in February during one of the warmer days and had a terrific time. The WCC had such an impact on our twin four year old boys and three year old daughter. Not only did they learn a lot but now they can howl like real wolves! What a treasure so close to home.

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Reviewed December 23, 2012

Love this place. You get an education and get to view these magnificent animals. Several of the wolves are used as "ambassadors" and visit schools etc. In the summer it is great to go around sunset and hear the wolves howl. The center has raised and released several wolves into the wild. There are photo session available and I have attended several sessions that include not only the wolves but owl and other birds. The people who work here are great with children and have so much info to share....please visit and learn about these beautiful , but misunderstood, creatures.

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