Girl Scouts

Girl Scouts

We’re proud to work with Girl Scouts of the USA to offer the Animal Habitats Badge for Junior Girl Scouts through programs here at the Endangered Wolf Center. But what really makes us proud isn’t just the badge they’ll take home, but a deeper connection with wildlife that will stay with them long after they leave.

Programs are offered daily (except Tuesday) with start times between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Reservations are required. Each program is offered at a rate of $10 per scout, parent and siblings, with up to 2 scout leaders for free. Please note there is a minimum of 8 scouts or $80 fee required to schedule a program.

Campouts are offered Wednesday through Saturday evenings at a rate of $20 per scout, parent and sibling, with no charge for two leaders.  Please plan on bringing your own tents and food to cook over the fire.  Call to book this event for your Girl Scout troop!

For more information please contact:
[email protected]


Between Earth and Sky Journey

5 Flowers, 4 Stories, 3 Cheers for Animals Journey
Duration: 2 hours

Come visit the Endangered Wolf Center as a portion of these scout journeys. Learn all about these amazing endangered wolves and other canids with a walking tour of our center with a trained naturalist guide.


Animal Habitats Badge
Duration: 2 hours

Scouts will investigate what animals need in their habitats and how the Endangered Wolf Center provides natural habitats for our animals. Your private naturalist guide will provide in-depth information about the wild habitats of our canids. Scouts have the option to build a den at the end of the program.


Night Owl Badge

Scouts can attend any evening program to work towards this badge. This is a great evening trip into nature where you can hear the sound of our wolves howling at night. Check the calendar for program dates or book a private campfire howl for your troop.


Justice Journey

This journey focuses on finding an environmental issue and then trying to find creative solutions to solve it. Visit the Endangered Wolf Center to learn about issues that face wolves in the wild and develop ways to help wolves and people coexist.

Private Campfire Howls

$400 deposit ($17 per adult, $14 per child)

2 hours

This popular evening program is a fun and educational opportunity to listen to unique, entertaining stories about wolves around an outdoor campfire. Then a half-mile (round trip) walk along Howl Road will lead you to an area near the animal enclosures, in which you and your group will howl like a wolf – and they may just talk back! The evening closes with delicious hot chocolate and cookies and an opportunity to browse our gift shop. This program is available Wednesday through Sunday evenings. For more information, contact [email protected]

Campout for Girl Scouts

Come spend the night at the Endangered Wolf Center!  While sleeping under the stars, scouts can fulfill the requirements for their camping badge. Scouts have the opportunity to set up a tent, build a fire, and cook their dinner outdoors.  After sun down, they can howl with the wolves. Arrive between 5:30 and 6:30 – please have your tents set up by 6:45 pm.  Departure time is at 9:00 am. The cost for the campout is $20 per person, with a $400 minimum for private groups. Your troop can add on a tour of the animals for only $10 a person. For more information, contact [email protected]