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Mexican gray wolf M1229 has been chosen by the Mexican Wolf Species Survival Plan to be paired with a female at the Albuquerque Biological Park in New Mexico! He is being moved to his new home today. Stay tuned for updates!
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What are you doing on October 14th? Make it an evening to celebrate wild wolves - get your tickets http://ow.ly/9wmf30fmIAF
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Tere Espinosa
· February 18, 2018
I visited it with my family the past weekend, is a awesome place with a excelent staff; all of them friendly and profesional. Beautiful place
Karen Derival
· January 7, 2018
This is such a great place!! So informative and sincere. The wolves are beautiful and the guides make it so fun to learn. Thank you for all you do at CWC.
Ed Spika Cornejo
· March 26, 2018
Great people doing great scientific work and helping to recover an awesome species! Helping to restore the balance of diversity that God created in nature.
Brittany Eden
· April 28, 2018
What an amazing place. Seeing the wolves (and being so close!) was an experience I will never forget.
Sherri Simmons
· August 14, 2017
I had the best time! The guides were so knowledgeable and enthusiastic. Pete the Mexican gray wolf and Ketchikan the North American gray wolf both came up to the tour to show us that they were in char...ge. I felt good that I was supporting this important cause and I had a great time! See More
Suzanne Braun
· January 1, 2018
Fantastic to see these beautiful animals up close and the info provided re the wolves and the integration and reintroduction ongoing program is enlightening. Loved it!!
Viola Brocker
· June 27, 2017
Fascinating and interesting. The people working/volunteering there are so passionate about what they are doing it is impossible not to become passionate as well. You are doing a great job and it was ...impressive to the the wholes up close! Thanks for the experience! See More
Kathi Jo Brunning
· May 15, 2017
This is the most beautiful and awesome place. Very educational and necessary. The US was down to 27 Gray Wolves and due to this place and a few others, the population is growing. We saw the most beaut...iful wolves and learned so much. I highly recommend it. See More
Debbie Reily
· July 2, 2017
I really enjoyed going and plan on going again when it's cooler and they will be out more but it was very educational and we were able to see quite a few of the wolves. The staff is very educational a...nd I really am thinking about trying to become a volunteer. See More
Anne Di Napoli
· July 23, 2017
Good people making a difference for an endangered species. Very informative presentations and much respect for the wildness of the animals. I love that they subsidize the wages for people who stay w...ith the free range livestock to prevent clashes between wolves and ranchers. See More
Kathleen Gardner
· August 29, 2016
We took our 8 year old daughter and her friend on Saturday afternoon. It was great! It was very educational and we learned about how wolves are so important to a healthy eco system. The gray wolves... were very active on our visit and came right up to the fence line. It was great. See More
Ruth Curran
· April 4, 2017
What an inspiring place to visit! Presentations were informative; staff and volunteers were welcoming and well educated; the cause is stellar; and the wolves are awe inspiring. We loved every minute o...f our visit! See More
Vicky Hsu
· August 20, 2017
Very educational place! Perfect for family weekend. I would definitely recommend this place for everyone.
Veronica Sanchez
· November 6, 2016
Such an incredible experience. I've always loved wolves and this trip made me want to explore more ways I can help bring them back to California and have them in their natural environment. Thank you s...o much for having this organization. � See More
Kyle Burnett
· June 12, 2017
Everyone there was kind and very knowledgeable. The wolves were beautiful. The price to get in was fair, as was everything in the gift shop. 10/10 would go again.
Leila Yammine Jordan
· November 11, 2017
The food is so flavorful and delicious!! Loved this place :)
Andrew Herring
· February 26, 2017
Such a cool place. They give a great educational presentation and take you out to see the wolves. It's a beautiful drive to Julian, and was a great Sunday trip. Both educators /tour guides were fantastic. ���
Jordan Peterson
· July 26, 2016
I had an incredible time at the California Wolf Center! It was extremely educational and completely opened my eyes to how important wolves are to the ecosystem. I highly recommend a visit to the Calif...ornia Wolf Center. Thank you for all that you do to help wolves repopulate in the wild! See More
Debbie Curington
· September 5, 2016
Wow! A great tour full of environmental education about our ecosystems and the destruction that occurred when this apex predator was removed by man. Great to see the recovery occuring with the return ...of the Wolf! It's wonderful to connect with people who are so passionate about the environment and wildlife. Actually returning wolfs you help to the freedom they deserve. Thank You! See More
Blake Burdine
· April 24, 2017
Going to the California Wolf Center was a very rewarding family experience. The wolves were active yesterday & (for lack of a better description) pretty awesome! :) Our guide Lisa was very knowledgabl...e & friendly. We will definitely revisit in the future. See More
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Happy Endangered Species Day! Today we are celebrating gray wolves and their return from the brink of extinction. Mexican gray wolves Zeke and Terry can't contain themselves!

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Happy 2nd birthday to the litter of Mexican gray wolves born at our conservation center in 2016! That includes F1539, F1540 (now living at Phoenix Zoo), F1541, M1542, Alexander, Fenrir, and M1545. We continue to enjoy watching them grow!

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