Red Wolf Sanctuary is a non-profit, tax-deductible organization incorporated in the State of Indiana in 1979, is dedicated to the preservation and continued existence of North American wildlife. Our focus is the education of future generations, teaching them the vital part each species plays in the maintenance of a healthy eco-system. Our goal is to expose our visitors to the wonders of nature and of the wildlife that lives in their very own country. Together we can ensure that our children and grandchildren will have the same opportunity to help save the living past for the future to enjoy.
The sanctuary currently is home to 12 wolves, 5 coyotes, a 'coydog' - which is part coyote and part dog - 3 mountain lions, 3 bobcats, 2 bears and a buffalo. There's also an assortment of birds of prey, such as eagles, hawks and owls.
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