Wolf Ecology and Behaviour

Wolves - displays of dominanceOur Wolf Center is a must see, must experience place for your students. Students will witness a pack of non-socialized captive wolves through one-way glass. They will also learn about the pack through an interpretive conversation with your guide. [wolf-pups-by-Sam-Allard.jpg] Your students can ask questions about the wolf pack interactions, their history at the forest, roles they play within the pack, and receive insightful information from your facilitator, movies, and displays. Students will be intrigued by the amazing abilities these wild animals have and discover the impacts wolves have on their natural environment. Students are always amazed to see the wolves playing, eating, or just sleeping. Students may wonder through the other exhibits to learn about other animals native to the area and how they impact and interact within the environment. For more information please visit the Wolf Center page.

Wolf Howls (evening program)

After visiting the wolf center during the day, have your students extend their wolf experience by participating in a wolf howl at night. Wolf Fang howling, August 2013A professional facilitator will provide you with more knowledge about wolf packs and quietly hike through base camp with the group. The suspense is incredible! Students and teachers are always in anticipation for that spine tickling response from our wolves. 

 

For inquires and pricing information please contact our facilitation staff at experiences@haliburtonforest.com.