Wish List

  • Volunteers
  • Stamps
  • Dry food - no gluten
  • Chest Freezer
  • Canned Dog Food
  • Blankets
  • Camera for taking action shots of wolves
  • Elk & deer meat
  • Walk-in freezer
  • DR Brush Mower
  • Weed Eaters
  • Emergency Escape Cargo Van for wolf transport
  • Butcher Knives (Preferably new)
  • Printer

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White Wolf Sanctuary
PO Box 65
Tidewater, OR 97390

News and Information

Seasons Greeting

From all of us to all of you!
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Delisting Gray Wolves from ESA

Here is a news release that might be interesting to read.
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Wolf Facts

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is a wonderful site to visit and discover more information about wolves.
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Journey's Journey

What one wolf's extraordinary journey means for the future of wildlife in America; the retelling of OR-7s three-year trek.
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Shasta Wolf Pack
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Our latest additions

We have nicknamed our newest additions "The Mountains" because we now have Baker and Everett as a part of our family. Baker and Malina and Everett and Nukka are paired up. The two boys have been a delight to have and they are feeling welcomed!
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Twentieth Anniversary of Wolf Reintroduction in Yellowstone

Yellowstone National Park celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Gray Wolf Restoration Project, which released 14 wolves into the park in 1995. According to Doug Smith, current leader of this project, “Wolves are a major part of Yellowstone and they have contributed significantly to the ecological and economic health of the Park." Photo credit Doug Smith.
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Did You Know?

Some fun facts about Arctic Wolves. See if you know a few of these facts about Arctic Wolves.
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DNA says OR-7 mate from Oregon

Genetic tests indicated that the mate of Oregon's famous wandering wolf, OR-7, could have been the girl next door when he was growing up hundreds of miles away in northeastern Oregon.
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A movie about OR-7

Check out the interview on KLCC.org about the moving that has been made about OR7 and will be shown in Eugene.
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New Photos

New action shots of Tehalin and Nike, Goliath and Hope. Check it out on our photo page!!
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The Humane Society of the United States article on Wolves

A look at one of nature's most misunderstood creatures and the fight to protect them. Article by Emily Smith and found in the September/October 2014 "All Animals" magazine of the Humane Society of the United States.
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OR7, Mate and the Pups

The black and white photos were taken July 12 by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service using a remote camera in the Rogue-Siskiyou National Forest. It is there, in the woods somewhere between Klamath Falls and Medford, Ore., that OR7 and a mysterious female wolf produced a litter of pups.
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I recently received this email about helping WWS by joining iGive.
Check it out and see if you would like to join the iGive opportunity and your purchases can assist White Wolf Sanctuary! Thank you. Sharon B.
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The Impact of Wolves on the Environment

The following link is to the story of how Yellowstone came back to life when wolves were reentered after a 70 year absence. The importance of balance in nature is so important.

Note: The British call elk "red deer", so when the narrator says deer and we see elk, know the difference in language.

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AmazonSmile Org Central

If you like to shop on Amazon, you can help us out by using the AmazonSmile Org Central site. Every time you shop, a percentage of your sale will be donated to White Wolf Sanctuary.

Use the following URL in your browser. Sign up for White Wolf Sanctuary.

Thank you!
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Her Last Journey


Sadly, we lost our 15-year-old lady on February 12th. She had age related issues and it was her time to leave us. We so appreciate those of you who adopted Journey and those of you who were loyal and avidly kept up with her life.

At this particular time it is difficult to even write or speak about our
loss. This lady had a great life here and even enjoyed two mates during
her time. For those of you who remember, Journey and Asabe (who left us two years ago) seemed to enjoy eternal love. We are blessed to have shared her spirit and to have so many of you love her as well.
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Meet our new Gentle Giant

Our new "gentle giant" is Goliath. After a very long trip from Montana, we finally arrived at the Sanctuary with this wonderful, sweet and large white Tundra wolf. Goliath was graciously donated to us from the Triple D Game Farm. He is nine years old. We are so grateful to have Goliath here. Neither Goliath, nor our female Arctic, Hope, had mates any longer. Seeing them play, kiss and cuddle is awesome.

Many thanks to our friends at Triple D Game Farm. Kathleen, Heather and Jay treated us like royalty. We will have updates soon on our new boy.
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Crying Wolf in Tidewater

"A walk on the wild side at the White Wolf Sanctuary"
Story & photos by Nancy Steinberg
for the Oregon Coast TODAY
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On the Oregon Trail

Written by Scott Soto/Wolf Heart -- White Wolf Sanctuary is located ten miles east of the Oregon coastline, just east of Waldport in a town called Tidewater. The drive up the highway is beautiful, and the two mile drive up through the forest to the sanctuary is absolutely gorgeous. At the end of the drive, you come to the gates that open into White Wolf Sanctuary. Lois Tulleners, the director and owner of White Wolf Sanctuary had extended an invitation for Seth and I to stay and visit for a few days in her extra mobile home on the property with all the comforts of home.
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White Wolf Sanctuary is owned and operated by Lois Tulleners, who has been working with wolves for the past twenty-five years.The project of protecting wolves in the wild and also the resident wolves at WWS is of utmost importance to the sanctuary.  We currently care for 10 wolves who have come to us from a variety of circumstances, allowing them to live out their lives here in a safe and happy environment.  It hurts us every day to see any wild animal in captivity, but we are confident that the wolves here have a better life than before they arrived.

White Wolf Sanctuary, a popular central Oregon Coast travel destination, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that is supported by donations and the adopt-a-wolf program. Please feel free to enjoy our Arctic Wolf photo gallery, or browse our Arctic Wolf educational information.