Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center, Divide

4.6
#20 of 177 in Wildlife in Colorado
Wildlife Area · Nature / Park
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At Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center, experience the piercing gaze and spine-tingling howl of the dog's wild ancestor. Nestled in a scenic mountain setting, the center serves as a sanctuary for wolves, coyotes, and foxes. End the educational wildlife tour with the experience of a group "wolf howl." Note that you need to make online reservations for all tours, especially full-moon tours and volunteer opportunities. An "up-close and personal" photography session with several of the animals is also available for an additional fee. Arrange to visit Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center and other attractions in Divide using our Divide sightseeing tool.
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  • The wolf center is full of great people with a passion for what they do. The center is an easy drive from Colorado Springs and perfect for families with younger children. You will see wolves, but... 
    The wolf center is full of great people with a passion for what they do. The center is an easy drive from Colorado Springs and perfect for families with younger children. You will see wolves, but...  more »
  • Wolves, foxes, coyotes and passion all rolled into one. This was a fantastic tour of mostly wolves that have been rescued and cannot be returned to the wild. These beautiful animals seem very content....  more
    Wolves, foxes, coyotes and passion all rolled into one. This was a fantastic tour of mostly wolves that have been rescued and cannot be returned to the wild. These beautiful animals seem very content....  more »
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  • Loved our time here. The wolves are beautiful. Getting the wolves to bowl at the end of the tour was very neat! The staff was friendly and knowledgeable. Great tour. It is a shame what happens to the wolves in the wild in various states...I think that needs to change. If you can donate your money or voice to help and the cause speaks to you, I encourage you to help.
  • Just okay... not bad, but not amazing. We didn't get to really see any of the wolves because they are napping in the shade during the summer. Probably a better experience during the colder months. The tours starts with a 20-25 min educational speech.... went a little too political to start off a tour in my opinion.... lost children's interest right away. Appreciate the passion and mission.

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