Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center Photos

Wolf Photographed By Sara Turbyfill In Divide, CO.

Photography at Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center

While camping at Eleven Mile State Park one week, I stumbled upon Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center. Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center or CWWC for short is a nonprofit organization located in Divide, Colorado. The organization’s mission is to educate the public about the importance of coyotes, foxes, and wolves in our ecosystem. CWWC helps spread awareness of their mission through guided tours of the facility. This page features Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center photos that I took during the standard tour.

The Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center in Divide, Colorado offers guided educational tours. During the tour, visitors can get up close and personal with coyotes, red foxes, and wolves. Since the wildlife center is a non-breeding facility, all animals are strictly education ambassadors. This page features my Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center photos.

The wildlife center’s mission is to spread awareness about the conservation of animals in the United States and beyond. Visitors cannot use cameras with a zoom lens during the standard tour. Therefore, I used my iPhone to capture the images below.

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