We are located on Hwy 95 approx. 12 miles south of Sandpoint, Idaho on the left side of the Hwy. From Couer d’Alene, go north approx. 35 miles and we’re a little past mile marker 461 on the right side.

**Summer hours**  Open  7 Days a Week, 10am - 5pm.  Take a tour and see the wolves – check the “Tour Info” tab for more info.


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Rest in Peace Baci

5/16/2000 to 8/7/2015

Baci was the only son from Casper and Crystal, our alphas of 14 years. He was a beautiful pure white Ellesmere Island Arctic wolf who I raised from the day he was born. As a young cub, he was big, beautiful, strong, and very loving. For the first year of his life, he lived with his sister, Wapithe, and Hache Hi’. It was sad when we had to separate them at 1-1/2 years o Read More

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Hanta Yo . . . Villian or Victim

By: Jan Longshore

A beautiful, sensitive, spirited wolf, named Hanta Yo, resides at Wolf People Facility. His name means “Clear the Way” in Lakota. He loves colorful clothing so people are warned to stay away from his enclosure, not to get too close to the fence. He has an extra-long, extra thin nose which allows him to better reach through the cyclone fencing.

Hanta is playful and his i Read More

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A Mother’s Love

At this very special time of year, Wolf People celebrates Mothers everywhere. They hold that special place in the hearts of their offspring, if only for a second at the miracle of birth or throughout their lifetime.

Mothers come in all forms, shapes, sizes, both human and animal, even stand-in surrogate moms and including fathers that have taken on that second role due to life’s circumstances.
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Christmas Hero William “Bill” Ross

The wolves at Wolf People are fortunate to have their human Wolf Papa William “Bill” Ross who cares for them and is there in an emergency.

Tikaani is a big, strong 5 year old Artic-Timber Cross Wolf. He was born at the Wolf People Facility and has an even temperament but isn’t always a cuddly fellow. After feeding on the 16th, Wolf Handler Bill checked all the wolves before he went to oth Read More