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 a mile of various 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, an an occasional howl to remind you where you are.
Reserve a TourWhen you reserve a tour at the Wolf Education & Research Center, you have an illuminating tour from our world class biologist, Jeremy Heft, who cared for the Sawtooth Pack: Wolves of the Nez Perce or another staff member trained by him. Get face to face with the Owyhee Pack and see what few people see in their lives: wolves!
The Wolf Center is open to the public between Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends annually and by reservation.
Pack OwyheeDiscover the Owyhee Pack, Meadow Boardwalk, and Raven's Roost.
This tour is led by one of the Center's staff. The tour takes about an hour and a half to two hours.
- Learn about wolf history, threats they face, & benefits they offer to ecology.
- Ask questions to the team and meditate in the peaceful wolf environment.
Allow a minimum of 90 min. for this tour.
$10 Adults & Kids over 12
$4 Kids under 12 w/ paying adult
Wolf Camp Trail*Only available from Memorial Day to Labor Day
Explore trails and areas that are home to the Owyhee Pack.
- Brief overview of the property, stop at observation deck and walk to the Meadow after passing the Weyekin Trail.
- Visit Raven's Roost & where the Owyhee Pack lives.
Group Tours for OrganizationsReserve a visit today that will put you up close to the Owyhee Pack and learn about the following exciting lessons:
- History of wolves in America
- Benefits of wolves in healthy ecosystems
- Threats that wolves and other predators face
- What you can do to help others learn about wolves
To book a group tour please call (208)-924-6960.
$8 per person
Please call for non-profit organization and school rates.
If you have any questions please call 208-924-6960
$5 Adults & Kids over 12
$2 Kids 6 to 12
FREE Kids under 6 with paying adult