3 Chances to Win By Helping Wolves!
Join KidWings Explores this year and follow the exciting exploits of host Chris Anderson as he teaches us about barn owls and other top predators. Webisode topics include how owls select their habitat, nesting and hunting habits, and why it’s vital to conserve these and other iconic top predators. Future Kidwings Explores will focus on similar characteristics and information about bears, wolves and mountain lions.
What is a Wolf?
The Wolf Education & Research Center
A howling experience awaits you!
|Wolves. That's the first impression you'll get when you drive up the road to our Center. Often times, one of the female Owyhee Pack members will be checking out the commotion from the gravelly road.||Wilderness. Set apart in the heart of the Nez Perce Tribal Wilderness, the Wolf Center boasts a place among the trees and the meadow. Choose from miles of trails to explore and learn about the flora and fauna of the region.||Sanctuary. Disconnect from the devices (except for the camera) and bask in the presence of quiet. The only sounds you'll hear are the birds chirping, the bees buzzing, and an occasional howl to remind you where you are.|
Learn More About Our Outreaches
Live Camera FeedCome check out our brand new live camera feed. We have two cameras inside the wolf enclosures. Now even when you can't be here you can still see the Owyhee Pack. Click on the picture to the right to go to camera page.
Our mission is to provide the highest quality captive animal care and education possible and to inspire greater public tolerance toward apex predators. We engage the public to support sustainable relationships with nature to become a social norm.
Our vision is a growing community who work toward a more sustainable relationship with nature. This is achieved through captive animal care, regional interpretive programs, and ongoing development of contemporary media. We partner with diverse culture and traditions to build a united and stronger future for all species.