Wolves are very friendly on this island and collars are worn only for photoshoots.
Wolves are very friendly in Predators of Our Hearts Nature Reserve. Collars are put on them only for a series of photos.
They can be touched and caressed.
The reserve is located on an island between Seattle and Vancouver.
You can’t just come here. The tour must be booked in advance. The cost is about $200per person.
The waiting line is quite long.
Unfortunately, only people over 18can pet wolves.
During the existence of the reserve, there were only two accidents. Once the wolves tore to pieces a dog, that accidentally wandered into their territory. Another time, the wolf ran away to the neighbor’s plot.
Predators of our hearts has been operating since1998, the area of the reserve is 4hectares.
Would you dare to visit this reserve?