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Michelle B.
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Report | 7 days ago
Be on time, The tour fills up fast. Also bring a camera as you never know what picture you may see! Really enjoyed it!
Deanna C.
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Report | 7 days ago
It's in a beautiful location, although it might be unpleasantly warm in high summer. The wolf center volunteers were charming and the presentation very engaging and educational.
Laryssa G.
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Report | 7 days ago
Awesome place! Gained a lot of new insight into the world of wolves. Would recommend to others and visit Julian, CA again. Quaint little town.
Dave N.
Verified
Report | 7 days ago
Bring binoculars. it helps if the wolves are a little shy that day.
Tonya L.
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Report | 7 days ago
We had a great time.. Well worth the it!
Gee A.
Verified
Report | 7 days ago
Show up early. Make a restroom stop before arriving. Line up towards the gate to the rate of the K&Q Gate. Don't drive a low profile vehicle. Don't expect to see many wolves.
Tracy F.
Verified
Report | 7 days ago
Have not gone yet but the transaction so far has been very smooth
edith b.
Verified
Report | 7 days ago
Dress in layers for Julian. Bring you're camera. It was truly worth going, very educationaly staff did a great job. The wolves were majastic.
Rebecca Z.
Verified
Report | 7 days ago
Very enjoyable. Can't wait to go back. I will become a volunteer there soon.
Betty A.
Verified
Report | 7 days ago
Dress appropriately...can be very cold or very hot. Interesting educational talk on wolf facts before walking out to see animals. Some wolves are hard to see behind trees, but that is for their safety. Use a good telephoto lens. Great staff.
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California Wolf Center was founded in 1977 to educate the public about wildlife and ecology, specifically the history and behavior of the gray wolf. Located 50 miles east of San Diego, it houses 19 wolves—five Alaskan gray wolves and 14 of the approximately 358 Mexican gray wolves that exist worldwide. The wolves act as ambassadors for the wild, taking part in educational programs for the public. The center also participates in the Mexican Wolf Species Survival Plan, which aims to help the endangered species recover in the wild. At the facility, wolves live in off-exhibit enclosures that can help retain their natural behavior since some of them will eventually be released back into the wild.

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