Explore Colorado: Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center

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Jennifer Broome takes us to Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center in Divide.

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Wolves are no longer found in the wild in Colorado, but you can still see them in their natural habitat at the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center.  On a tour you get a chance to see 18 wolves and other animals like foxes and ferrets.  The regular tours run about an hour.  They are offered several times a day Tuesday through Sunday.  Cost of $15 for adults and $8 for kids under 12.  The tour ends with a wolf howl so you try communicating with the wolves.  The also offer feeding tours, photo sessions, and full moon tours.

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