A howl to be had in Missouri

September 26, 2013 by  

Wolf Fest 2013 is on its way and is an educational event about one of the most endangered species in the area – the wolf.

This is an annual open house with food, drink, and activities. With the aim being to help locals learn about the creature, no doubt local print companies and stationery printers have been consulted so that attendees have informational pieces to take home with them.

During this event, guests will have the chance to see, learn, and photograph some of the endangered wolves that inhabit this world. There are a number of exhibits, vendors, and booths through which people can stroll, focusing on wildlife and conservation. Beside the educational portion of this open house, there are children activities and games, a photo booth, live music, a silent auction, and the gift shop will be open to everyone.

There will be an assortment of food and beverages available, as well as a beer garden for adults. All guests are welcome to tour through the animal enclosure section to view the maned wolves, red wolves, Mexican gray wolves, swift foxes, and African painted dogs.

The cost is $25 per vehicle, no matter how many people are inside it. The Wolf Fest 2013 will be occurring on Saturday, September 28, starting at 9:00 am at the Endangered Wolf Center located at 6750 Tyson Valley Road in Eureka, Missouri, just down the road from Maryland Heights. To learn more about this event or the endangered animals that live there, please visit the Endangered Wolf Center Website or call 636-938-5900.

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