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Adventure Programs

Our expert wolf educators have developed challenging and memorable programs for you to enjoy in Minnesota’s north woods. So grab your friends and family and make memories that will last a lifetime!

Wolf Photography Weekend – Only 5 Seats Remaining!
Date: October 6-8, 2017
Time: Friday 5 p.m. – Sunday 12 p.m.
Program Rates: Non-member $175, Member $157.50
Deposit: $50
Registration Deadline: September 15, 2017

Discover the art of photographing wolves at the International Wolf Center. Participants will learn important information about wolves and what to look for capturing their unique behaviors. Spend time photographing wolves at the Center, followed by a field trip on Saturday. This will be the first winter for the 2016 arctic pups and they should be in their prime physically and behaviorally.


 

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Wolves after Dark
Date: October 20-21
Time:
Friday 5 p.m. – Saturday 9:00 a.m.
Program Rates:
Adult Non-member (18+):  $70, Member $65
Student Non-member (12-17): $40, Member $35
Registration Deadline: October 18, 2017

Have you wondered what happens after nightfall with the International Wolf Center’s ambassador wolves? Here’s your opportunity to participate in a “Citizen Science” project and document important behavioral data critical to understanding the Exhibit Pack dynamics.


 

 

Working for Wolves – FULL
Date: October 20-22, 2017
Time: Friday 5 p.m. – Sunday 12 p.m.
Registration Deadline: October 1, 2017
Program Rates: Non-member $225, Member $195
Deposit: $50

Spend a weekend “Working for Wolves” assisting the wolf care staff with some very specialized projects that benefit the ambassador wolves.  The fall sessions typically involve summer tree branch removal and preparation for winter.


 

 

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