This event is limited to 50 people.
Please remember that when you RSVP on this site that does not hold a spot for you.
Only when your payment is received are you guaranteed a spot.
And payment must be made in advance by May 13th
We have been invited to The Wolf Conservation Center by our pal Terry.
I attended last year and it was a great experience!
Here's the info from Terry.....
I am happy to announce the 3RD Annual Wine, Wolves and Howls event at the Wolf Conservation Center located in South Salem, NY.
Upon arrival, begin feasting on assorted appetizers and quench your thirst with bottle of red or white it all depends upon your appetite. We also will provide water which is the drink of the wolves.
There will be a pack of humans to play with for a howling good time. Reconnect with old friends and get to know new ones as you enjoy the setting sun. Once we have all gathered, there will be a short presentation to talk about the challenges the wolf is facing today, their relationship and their importance to the environment and the human role in protecting their future
From there we will walk the trail to visit with the wolves but not before the pack gives one big howl to let them know we are coming. Our ambassador wolves (Atka, Alawa, and Zephyr) are pacing back and forth awaiting your arrival. If we are lucky, we will hear the symphony of howls from all 25 wolves each one as distinct as a human finger print.
The cost of the program is $25.
For a guaranteed spot, payment must be made in advance by May 13th. You can pay by check, VISA/MC or cash. Once I receive your RSVP, I will contact you to arrange for payment. Refunds will be given up until 5pm May 17th after which you will receive a credit.
Maximum number of attendees is 50 people.
This will be a multi-group event and every year we sold out.
WOLF PACK CREDO
Respect the elders
Teach the young
Cooperate with the pack
Play when you can
Hunt when you must
Rest in between
Show your affections
Voice your feelings
Leave your mark
(imagine if we humans followed this credo!)
The Wolf Conservation Center (WCC), founded in 1999 by Hélène Grimaud, is a private, not-for-profit organization 501c3.
WCC is a captive breeding facility for 2 breeds of critically endangered wolves (Red Wolf and Mexican Gray). They are home to 25 wolves and are dedicated to environmental education and the preservation of endangered wolf species.