At the Predators of Our Hearts Nature Reserve, you can go on a forest excursion with wolves. Wolves are very friendly. Collars are worn on them only for photoshoots.
They can be touched and stroked.
The reserve contains only animals that cannot survive in the wild.
Wild wolves do not show any friendliness to people, but here the animals are raised. The reserve is located on an island between Seattle and Vancouver.
You won’t be able to come here just like that. It is necessary to book the excursion in advance. The cost is about $ 200 per person.
Usually there are 2 excursions per day, 6 days a week (on Sundays wolves are on weekends). But the waiting list is pretty long.
Unfortunately, only people over 18 years old can pet wolves.
During the entire existence of the reserve, only two accidents happened: once wolves tore a dog that had accidentally wandered into their territory; another time the wolf fled to a neighbor’s plot.
Predators of Our Hearts has been working since 1998. The territory of the reserve is 4 hectares.
“Our goal is to tell children about nature and teach them to respect all living beings,” the reserve’s website says.
Would you dare to visit this reserve?