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White Wolf Sanctuary

P.O. Box 65

Tidewater, Oregon 97390

United States

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White Wolf Sanctuary is located in a coastal mountain range of Oregon near the small town of Tidewater. The sanctuary covers 60 acres, 50 acres of which are completely fenced and isolated for the protection of the wolves. The wolves are not in cages and r ... more

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Sure, they were big, wild and wolf-shaped, but I'd seen pictures of Lois Tulleners, founder of the White Wolf Sanctuary, snuggling with them.


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Lois Tulleners, the director and owner of White Wolf Sanctuary had extended an invitation for Seth and I to stay and visit for a few days in her extra mobile home on the property with all the comforts of home. [click here for more]


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Lois Tulleners, the director and owner of White Wolf Sanctuary had extended an invitation for Seth and I to stay and visit for a few days in her extra mobile home on the property with all the comforts of home. Click here to read more

White Wolf Sanctuary is owned and operated by Lois Tulleners, who has been working with wolves for the past twenty-five years. he project of protecting wolves in the wild and also the resident wolves at WWS is of utmost importance to the sanctuary.  We currently care for 10 wolves who have come to us from a variety of circumstances, allowing them to live out their lives here in a safe and happy environment.  It hurts us every day to see any wild animal in captivity, but we are confident that the wolves here have a better life than before they arrived.


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Lois Tulleners, the director and owner of White Wolf Sanctuary had extended an invitation for Seth and I to stay and visit for a few days in her extra mobile home on the property with all the comforts of home.

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When we got there, Lois was in the middle of conducting a tour. I had the chance to photograph her "in action" with her group.
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One morning during my visit, Lois went out to one of the wolf enclosures and noticed there was something that the two pups, Modoc and Sakarri, had torn up. Upon further examination Lois discovered a drain pipe that fed the pond in their enclosure had been dug up and the hose on the inside was completely torn to pieces. My young assistant Seth and Lois needed to go to town and purchase the items that were necessary to repair the pipe, which cost about $100.00. When they got back we spent about an hour fixing and securing the pipe to the ground.
But by that night, the puppies had happily torn it up again. On the following day, Lois and I went into town to get some more rebar to reinforce the pipes' anchor points and repair the hose that runs through the pipe, (another $50.00 hose). We cut the rebar to size and bent it into the proper shape. Next, we put it over the pipe and hammered it into the ground. Seth and I were able to secure all of the pipe by utilizing that rebar. Lois tells me that the pipe is still intact since the addition of all the extra reinforcements.
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On my last morning there, I went into the enclosure with Lois, Tehalin and Nike. I was able to get some great photos and also got to interact with Tehalin. Nike didn't want to come too close to me at this time. (Given enough time, however, I will win her over.)
What a wonderful trip I had, and what amazing memories were made at White Wolf Sanctuary! My deepest gratitude goes out to Lois for allowing me to stay in her extra trailer that week.


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Lois Tulleners, the director and owner of White Wolf Sanctuary had extended an invitation for Seth and I to stay and visit for a few days in her extra mobile home on the property with all the comforts of home. Click here to read more

White Wolf Sanctuary is owned and operated by Lois Tulleners, who has been working with wolves for the past twenty-five years. he project of protecting wolves in the wild and also the resident wolves at WWS is of utmost importance to the sanctuary.  We currently care for 10 wolves who have come to us from a variety of circumstances, allowing them to live out their lives here in a safe and happy environment.  It hurts us every day to see any wild animal in captivity, but we are confident that the wolves here have a better life than before they arrived.

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