Why the Wild Needs Wolves
the time is now
Nature depends on apex carnivores and keystone species to survive and thrive. Wolves are both, which is why the wild needs wolves – and why we need you.
SAVING ENDANGERED SPECIES
WILDLIFE EDUCATION SINCE 1971
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Calling all holiday shoppers: The gift shop at the Endangered Wolf Center is your one-stop shop during this busy holiday season. We’re here to meet all of your gift-giving needs through our offering of unique collectibles, nature-themed apparel, and other sustainably-sourced merchandise.
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Get to know the Endangered Wolf Center pack on a tour, during one of our many events, or by learning about our animals online.
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HOWL WITH THE WOLVES
The Endangered Wolf Center is located about 20 miles southwest of St. Louis at the Washington University Tyson Research Center. Our address is:
6750 Tyson Valley Road,
Eureka, MO 63025.
From Interstate 44, take Exit 269, the Beaumont-Antire Road exit. We are located on the north side off I-44. Turn right onto Tyson Valley Road. Please call or visit our Tours page for tour times and special events. Directions
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African Painted Dog
However your heart can hear the call of the wolf, we welcome you to be a part of our pack. From individual donations to corporate sponsorships, monthly memberships to sharing your time and talent as a volunteer, we hope you’ll join us.
A huge howl out to all of our members, sponsors, volunteers and donors who help make everything we do possible.
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To Strengthen our Pack
From the tips of our ears to the bottom of our hearts, your support means the world to us. We’re sending howls of thanks.
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From the Blog
Happy Howlidays! We've curated the perfect gifts that keep giving – to your loved ones and the planet. Every gift you purchase through the Endangered Wolf Center Gift Shop helps us continue to provide expert care, veterinary services, education, and nutrition to the...
Co-hosting the meeting near Yellowstone National Park In July of 2023, wolf biologists, zoological professionals, and conservationists came together for the Join Mexican Wolf and American Red Wolf Annual Meeting near Yellowstone National Park, which was co-hosted by...
Preparing red wolves for life in the wild On a cold November day in 2022, keepers and volunteers at the Endangered Wolf Center prepared five American red wolves to be transported to the wilds of North Carolina. But preparation for their wild lives really began when...
Accolades and Awards
From a long legacy of “firsts” in our field to history-making success stories, the Endangered Wolf Center has earned a number of prestigious awards and recognition. We are certified by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA), a recognition held by fewer than 10% of the zoos, aquariums and other animal exhibitors licensed in the US.
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