Wolf Preserve that allows captive born wolves (rescued) to live in true family pack settings, in wilderness area with large acreage for each group. Promotes the improvement of lives for wolves both in captivity and in the wild, through education and research, such as current USDA recognized wolf rabies vaccine study.
Also provides, free of charge, one on one programs for those needed a change from a very overwhelming life situation. Includes children whose parents are deployed, and even some returning deployed soldiers themselves.
Stresses family structure for wolves, and strongly opposes removal of wolf pups at very young ages from real parents, to 'socialize' them to humans at various wolf centers. Many studies center around the importance of the pack all being involved with raising pups, and its effect on the animals.