White Wolf Sanctuary is located in a coastal mountain range of Oregon near the small town of Tidewater. The sanctuary covers 60 acres, 50 acres of which are completely fenced and isolated for the protection of the wolves. The wolves are not in cages and run as freely as possible within 50 acres of natural habitat which includes ponds, shelters, trees and meadows.
The average population of wolves in the sanctuary is 12, which are rescued wolves who were injured, unwanted, donated or abandoned. White Wolf Sanctuary accepts only pure wolves.
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