Americans and Canadians have an opportunity to interact with wolves.
Do you want to learn how to communicate with a wolf? Would you like to take a walk in the woods with someone? You can also know how smooth their fur is. But what about their howl? We already know where to go.
An amazing 2-hour wolf encounter is available in Predators of the Heart Sanctuary. The reserve is located in Anacortes, Washington, near the Canadian border in Vancouver and not far from Seattle.
As a result, Americans and Canadians have a great opportunity to interact with these wolves.
You can meet wolves in the woods at the Predators of the Heart Preserve in Washington State.
The wolves are really friendly.
They only wear collars when taking pictures. You can pet and scratch their bellies.
Animals that have lost their homes are placed in this reserve for conservation and rescue purposes.
Halfway between Seattle and Vancouver in the Pacific Northwest, you’ll find this oasis.
To enter the reserve, you must book a wolf tour through Airbnb, which costs about $200 per person.
The cost and terms are indicated on the website. Two tours are usually offered six days a week and there is a waiting list. So careful planning is required if you want to have the perfect day out with the wolves.