Contact Us

PLEASE only respond to emails from the official email address.  There are fraudulent emails being sent from different email addresses that are NOT associated with the sanctuary.  Thank you!

Visits are by appointment only. Please contact Sharon by calling 207-289-7571 or by emailing


Mailing Address: PO Box 1274, Standish, ME 04084

For more Wolf News, pictures and information, check us out on our social media pages!

Learn more about the pack, and hear it straight from the wolf’s mouth! Lots of canine-blogging fun.  Find out what Anoki, Lomasi, and the whole pack are up to today.

Want to see more images of our furry friends? Follow us on Instagram! Featuring beautiful photographs from our wonderful volunteers.

Thank you!

Other Howlin’ Good Resources:

  • Defenders of Wildlife Defenders of Wildlife is dedicated to the protection of all native animals and plants in their natural communities.
  • International Wolf Center The International Wolf Center advances the survival of wolf populations by teaching about wolves, their relationship to wildlands and the human role in their future.
  • National Wildlife Federation Inspiring Americans to protect wildlife for our children’s future
  • Northeast Wolf Coalition Conserving wolves in the Northeast, USA
  • Wolf Haven A sanctuary in Washington State that conserves and protects wolves and their habitat.

2 thoughts on “Contact Us

  1. My granddaughter has spoken with Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center recently in case you’d like to have a bit of the chat since you’re the a sanctuary worker Darlene and Brenda! Our family disagrees about Liz delisting the wolves. This isn’t the only way Trump has hurt however.

    On your website she love the photos, Yellowstone and Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center she loves the videos, and the special events choices……….


  2. We’re Wishing Mexican Wolves Some Luck. But if you can do anything helpful please help the poor Mexican Wolves at least a little bit, my granddaughter can’t stand sudden extinction of any dog species. She knows if the Mexican wolves are quite luckily it’ll be close to how lucky pretty Lomasi was herself even though they lived in different lands.

    The other thing is we don’t want wolves taken off of the endangered list while our current president shows his horrible cruelty to citizens and foreign people, because he’d sure show worse cruelty to wild animals, especially the frequently misunderstood ones like the wild dogs no matter which species.


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