Duration:2 hours total
Includes:Drinks and Equipment
Languages:Offered in English
Over 1,670 people rated this experience 5 stars.
About your host
I've been the director of Predators of the Heart for over 20 years. Our passion is sharing & saving wildlife! We work in wolf conservation, wildlife education, and exotic rescue. Our refuge is home to wolves, cougars, reptiles, and birds of prey. Our traveling wildlife programs was the biggest in the northwest, some of our wolves have been featured in movies, music movies, videos and more.
About Predators of the Heart
Predators of the Heart sanctuary is dedicated to wildlife education and conservation! Many of our animals are rescues from the exotic pet trade. Most were abandoned, and needed a forever home to live peacefully. We are also home to one of the largest wolf packs in the Pacific Northwest, and our conservation work with other sanctuaries 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. .
What we’ll do
Meet one of the largest wolf packs in 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. Then, meet our wolf ambassadors, Max and Kakoa, who will escort us through sun-dappled trails in their new 1 1/2 acre run. Old-growth trees tower overhead; the wolves lead you around their ne…
What else you should know
Please dress appropriately: pants, close-toed shoes, and no leather, furry, feathery, down, puffy, free flowing or dangly jewelry & clothing. No other animals are allowed on premise
What I’ll provide
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.
What to bring
Please wear long pants
hiking boots or sneakers
NO leather, furry, downy clothes; open-toed sandals; dangly jewelry; sunglasses
NO down/fluffy jackets
NO beanies with puffy balls on top
animal encountersocial impact
$200 per person
$200 per person