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This internationally recognized captive breeding facility raises endangered wolves and releases them back into the wild. Family packs of highly endangered North American wolves and foxes, African wild dogs, and South American maned wolves are housed in natural habitats.
Daytime and evening educational tours and programs are offered. Special group events may be arranged.
The Endangered Wolf Center is located on 63 isolated wooded acres, within Washington University's Tyson Research Center, approximately 20 miles southwest of St. Louis: I-44 at exit 269.
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