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Published: Monday, January 7, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Learn about wolves and those who save their lives

  • London is one of the gray wolves who lives at Wolf Haven International.

    Julie Lawrence / Wolf Haven International

    London is one of the gray wolves who lives at Wolf Haven International.

You can learn about wolves and wolf rescuers at a free presentation at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Alderwood's REI store.
Speakers from the Snohomish Sierra Club will relate stories about wolves and the efforts of Wolf Haven International in Tenino, a nonprofit refuge that rescues and rehabilitates wolves. The family-friendly lecture will talk about wolves in the wild and the varieties that live in Washington state.
The talk is free but reservations are needed at rei.com/alderwood, or call 425-640-6200. REI is at 3000 184th St. SW, Lynnwood.
For information about wolves and some cool videos, go to the Wolf Haven website at wolfhaven.org.
You can tour Wolf Haven on Saturdays and Sundays in January and March. Tours start every hour from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. No reservations are necessary. The refuge is closed in February and returns to a six-day-a-week schedule beginning April 1.
Wolf Haven International is at 3111 Offut Lake Road SE, Tenino. Call 800-448-0653 for more information. Admission is $12 for adults, $7 for ages 4 to 12, and $10 for seniors and military.
Wolf Haven also offers group tours, special programs and camps.
Herald staff
Story tags » Wildlife HabitatFamily funWildlife Watching

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