Reserve "the Heart of a predator" is located in Anacortes, Washington, near Seattle. Here, on a small island, free live wolves, tamed by man. While walking around the Park behind them, you can watch and even Pat!
Reserve "the Heart of a predator" in the state of Washington offers everyone a walk in wolf estates.
The local wolves are very friendly, though during a photo session on them, just in case, wear collars.
You can Pat them and even scratch them in the stomach.
In the reserve, according to its creators, are only wolves, who "found a place for himself in the wild and can't survive in it on their own."
The reserve is located between Seattle and Washington. Walk around the island where it is located, must be accompanied by a guide. Tours are conducted six days a week, the place you can order online, but it is better to attend to this in advance — wanting a lot, and most likely you will have to join the waiting list.
In addition to wolves that live in the reserve pumas, foxes, reptiles, birds of prey and exotic birds, and many others. Some of them live in cages, others on nature.
The reserve since 1998. During this time, there were only two incidents related to security, during which no one was killed or injured. However, according to the rules, close contact with the wolves, which costs 200 dollars, permitted only to visitors over 18 years old.