Mission and Values

Mission: Wolf is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational wolf sanctuary in the remote Colorado mountains. We focus on sustainability, operate on solar power, and build with recycled materials. Our community of volunteers from around the world invites you to visit us. We connect people…

Plan Your Visit

COVID-19 Protocols: If you visit the sanctuary as a volunteer, we ask that you observe the following protocols: Bring and wear a mask Practice social distancing between your group and others, including the staff member giving the tour Please come…

Contact

We love hearing from you! Check out our frequently asked questions below for quick answers. When is Mission: Wolf open? We welcome volunteers to sign up for a Tuesday or Saturday, arriving between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. for a…

News

Wolf Visions 2021

Click here to view the most recent version of our periodic newsletter.

Summer Update 2019

Learn all about what Mission: Wolf has been up to over the long and snowy winter! You can grab a copy at the refuge or CLICK HERE for the digital version.

Mission Wolf: Experiment in Living

Mission: Wolf staff and wolves are featured in an award-winning documentary from directors Gayle Nosal and Beret Strong called Mission Wolf: Experiment in Living. The film explores the human side of the M:W story and can currently be found playing…

A Walk in Connection

Co-Founder Tracy Ane Brooks’ collection of personal stories about a life of learning to connect with animals is available now!

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