Visit our gray wolves at Wolf Haven!

Gray Wolves

Our gray wolves are quite busy at Busch Gardens. When they’re not frolicking in Wolf Haven, they’re showing off their skills in our Animal Tours or hamming it up for the crowd at our Howl to Coexist show. Don’t miss your chance to say hi to Beo, Boise, Kaya, Kitchi, and Maska!



  • Wolf down these wolf facts


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    Wolves usually mate for life. In the northern United States, the breeding season is from January to March. It’s earlier for wolves living farther south. The female gives birth to 4 to 6 pups.

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    Wolves live in packs of about 4 to 9 members. When pups reach the age of three, they can either continue living in the pack or leave to find their own territory and form their own. Each pack has an alpha male and an alpha female, and they are the only ones who breed.

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    There used to be a lot of gray wolves across North America, but they were hunted so much that they became endangered. But due to conservation efforts, the gray wolf population continues to grow!

  • Visit our gray wolves at Wolf Haven!
  • Visit our gray wolves at Wolf Haven!
  • Visit our gray wolves at Wolf Haven!
  • Visit our gray wolves at Wolf Haven!
Visit our gray wolves at Wolf Haven! Visit our gray wolves at Wolf Haven! Visit our gray wolves at Wolf Haven! Visit our gray wolves at Wolf Haven! Visit our gray wolves at Wolf Haven!
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Insider Tours

Want to learn more about our amazing animals? Choose from two great experiences for guests (ages 6+) wishing to get an up-close look.

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Howl to Coexist

Howl to Coexist

The one-of-a-kind presentation features interactions among our animals and trainers, who aim to give guests practical means for coexisting with the animals around them. It's a real hoot.

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Conservation Fund

Since 2003, the SeaWorld & Busch Gardens conservation fund has provided well over $15 million in grants to over 1,200 organizations.

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