Natural Wolf Preserve in Columbia, New Jersey

Wolf in Woods-Wolf Preserve White Wolf-Wolf Preserve Wolf Resting-Wolf Preserve

Educational Wolf Watch Tours

Wildlife & Wolf Photography

Sponsorship Opportunity

Learn all there is to know about this endangered species. We offer guided educational wolf tours of the preserve called a Wolf Watch. Once again, the howling of wolves echo through the mountains of the Delaware Water Gap in Knowlton Township, Warren County, NJ. Photo opportunities of a lifetime and the experience of watching and listening to packs of British Columbian, Timber, and Arctic wolves will be yours. View wolves here in the East in a natural surrounding for the first time in over a century. Bobcat, lynx, and foxes also reside at the preserve.

Experienced or beginner photographers can take advantage of our guided wildlife and wolf photography or video sessions. Guest will be permitted to photograph through portals around each individual wolf compound. This is an unbelievable opportunity to take breathtaking photos of the animals in their natural enclosures. 

Help us protect these incredible animals through our unique sponsorship opportunity. The compounds and care we provide to our animals is exceptional in the industry. We hope to continue this rewarding work, and your contributions are appreciated to help us continue protecting the species.

5/22/2020 Due to COVID-19, EXECUTIVE ORDERS ARE CHANGING DAILY. WE HAVE STILL NOT RECEIVED NOTICE FROM THE STATE OF NJ THAT WE ARE ABLE TO REOPEN.  WE ARE STILL TEMPORARILY CLOSED. WE WILL UPDATE THIS MESSAGE AS SOON AS WE ARE ALLOWED TO REOPEN!

Special Limited Edition prints available. Visit our Shop Page to order yours!

 

We are now in the AMAZON SMILE Program. Click to shop --> Amazon.com Smile and choose 'Friends of Lakota Wolf Preserve Inc' as your charity. They will make a donation to the Preserve based on your sales! 

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Winner of the New Jersey Governor's Environmental Tourism Award 1999 | Featured on Many TV Shows & News Programs