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We operate a sanctuary for wolves in North Bedfordshire and
support and raise funds for wolf conservation. Our wolves are fully
socialised to human beings and enjoy human company.
We are a non-profit organisation run almost entirely by volunteers. We operate as an applied canine behaviour and wolf conservation study group, not as a commercial attraction.
An adoption, membership or visit voucher can make an ideal Christmas or Birthday present.
We are not a zoo and our site is not open to the public but you can visit us simply by booking a visit. Please contact us for further details.
At the moment we have 2 wolves.
If you want to walk with real wolves there are currently only two places in England where you can do it, Bedfordshire (us here) and Reading.
Now including a wolf-walk.
Another kind of special, privileged visit. Book a
shadow visit or buy it as a gift for
someone else. Contact us for info. For prices, click on Visit
Prices on this
Sun Oct 12 * Sat 25 Oct
How good are you at recognising wolves ? Do you know a wolf from a dog ? Play spot the wolf and find out.
You can buy a visit voucher for someone else as a gift. Why not give a VIP visit voucher. Please contact us for information.
If you have been offered "wolf" activities such as "walking with wolves" or photography in the UK and you think the animals are not wolves but just dogs or wolf-dog crosses then please contact us.
In rural Bulgaria, Karakachan dogs are the best and easiest way to protect livestock from predators. They are only bred by the Bulgarian Biodiversity Preservation Society Click here to go into our online store, then click on "Sponsor a Karakachan puppy".
Thanks to YOUR generous support, we have already been able to send €1000 to them.
The Anglian Wolf Society is a main sponsor of the Balkan Wildlife Society.Thanks to the generosity and commitment of our members we have, to date, been able to send over £27,000 to them to help wolves where wolves need help.Past donations include £2600 to help the Lithuanian group "Society for Nature -The Baltic Wolf" and over £800 to the veterinary faculty of the University of Sarajevo to support their wolf census work in Bosnia and Herzegovinia.