WILD SPIRIT WOLF SANCTUARY PROGRAM AT LOMA COLORADO MAIN
LIBRARY

EVENT: Educational program about wolves and
wolf-dogs with an educator and a
real, live wolf ambassador from Wild
Spirit Wolf Sanctuary

DATE & TIME: Saturday, February 6, 2010, from 1 to 2

LOCATION: Loma Colorado Main Library Auditorium
755 Loma Colorado Drive NE, Rio Rancho

ADMISSION: Free for all ages; no tickets or registration
required

INFORMATION: Call 505-891-5013, Ext. 3033

DESCRIPTION: Have a howling good time! The Loma Colorado Main Library
will host a free educational program featuring a live wolf ambassador
and an educator from Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m.
on Saturday, February 6, 2010. Meet a wolf and learn about this unique
animal rescue organization that provides a permanent home for more than
fifty wolves and wolf-dogs. Be sure to bring your camera, so that you
can capture an image of this magnificent animal to share with your
friends and family.

Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that
is licensed by the United States Department of Agriculture. Located east
of Ramah, New Mexico, the sanctuary takes in wolves from people who
would try to make them into pets.

The wolves are kept in compatible pairs or family groups in large
wooded habitats ranging in size from 5,000 square feet to one acre. All
enclosures contain shelters and many include ponds. The sanctuary is
open to the public Tuesday through Sunday and offers four daily tours.


Each year, wolf ambassadors and educators from the sanctuary attend
many local events and visit dozens of schools and libraries in an effort
to demonstrate that wild animals are not pets. They also educate the
public about the wild wolf and the complexities of wolf-dog ownership.
The sanctuary is funded primarily by private donations and receives no
government funding. You can learn more about Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary
by visiting their website at www.wildspiritwolfsanctuary.org.