You’ll find abundant wildlife in the Haliburton Forest, but did you know it is also home to a pack of grey wolves?
Just north of the village of Haliburton, Ont., you’ll find the Haliburton Forest Wolf Centre, a wildlife reserve and education site.
“We have a live pack of seven wolves that live in a seven-acre enclosure that you can view through the one-way glass of our observation areas,” said wolf centre co-ordinator, Marena Wigmore.
“Then along with that, we’ve got a whole slew of educational exhibits so you can learn more about the wolves while you enjoy seeing them.”
The enclosure was built in 1996, when a pack of wolves were rehomed there from a site in Michigan. Now Wigmore said their main focus is education.