What you'll do
THIS EXPERIENCE IS FOR 18 YEARS OR OLDER ONLY; NO EXCEPTIONS. Meet some our wolf dog ambassadors while visiting the Pacific Northwest! Just 1.5 hours North of Seattle, our wildlife refuge is nestled in 10 forested acres. We will introduce you to our mission and history with wolves and other exotic animals. Come enjoy Max and Kakoa, leash free, in their new 1/4 acre natural enclosure. Then walk through sun-dappled trails in our new 1 1/2 acre run with 7 of our 2-3 year old ambassadors in training. Old-growth trees tower overhead; the wolf dogs will lead you around their new open run, while our guide talks about wolves' habitat, behavior, & the myths and misconceptions surrounding this apex predator. Our new photo area will allow us to pause for photos and rest with the wolves. When we return to the refuge, you will see a few more beautiful animals, including sloths, cougars, foxes, and more! You will be able to touch, photograph and even howl with wolf dogs in this once-in-a-lifetime setting!
I've been the director of Predators of the Heart for over 21 years. Our passion is sharing & saving wildlife! We work in wolf conservation, wildlife education, and exotic rescue. Our refuge is home to wolf dogs, cougars, sloths, small mammals, reptiles, and birds of prey. Our traveling wildlife programs was the biggest in the northwest, some of our wolf dog line have been featured in movies, music videos and more.
About the organization
Predators of the Heart
Predators of the Heart sanctuary is dedicated to wildlife education and conservation. Many of our animals are rescued from the exotic pet trade, abandoned, or needed a forever home to live peacefully. We are also home to 26 wolf dogs here in the Pacific Northwest. Our conservation has worked with other sanctuaries and has been successful all across the country
This is a social impact experience where 100% of what you pay for this experience goes to Predators of the Heart.
Beverages and snacks We offer you beverages and snacks to enjoy through the tour.
Bring your cameras to capture your incredible memories with these amazing animals.
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Where you'll be
Anacortes, WA 1.5 hours north of Seattle, Predators of the Heart wildlife sanctuary is on 10 beautiful forested acres. Hiking, Puget Sound views, ferries to the San Juans, dining and galleries all 5-10 minutes away! www.predatorsoftheheart.com
Things to keep in mind
Any experience can be canceled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.
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Up to 8 guests ages 18 and up can attend. Guests should be able to climb up & over short steep inclines. The sanctuary is not wheelchair, scooter, cane, crutches, walker accessible. Must be able to walk up to 2 miles consecutively and unassisted. No…
Please dress appropriately: jeans, close-toed tennis shoes, NO leather, furry, feathery, down, (including lining) puffy, free flowing shirts, cardigans or dangly jewelry. NO OTHER animals are allowed on premise.
Howling with Ambassadors