We visited in September 2011. It took a little to find but our 8 and 11 year old girls loved it, especially when we were treated to a howling session as one of the female wolves was returned to her pen. The animals are well looked after and being from Australia and not knowing much about wolves, it was very informative with a friendly guide who really enjoyed her work. We thought it would be a quick visit, which turned into over an hour. The entry price is reasonable and goes to funding the cause and running the park.
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