I would like to know if doing the educational wolf tour there is any opportunity to be able to snap a picture or two of the wolves without the gates in front of them being in the picture. I see small portals in the gates that would take care of this but I don’t know if that is only for the photographer tour for $300 or I can use the portal during the education wolf tour. I am not a photographer. I just want to take a picture or two with my cell phone. Is this possible? Really excited to visit. Thank you in advance.
I have a two year old coming with us and the shuttles might be down. Should I bring a stroller, a backpack carrier for the kid, or let her walk?
Their website says that they have wolf tours twice daily. Is this true for weekends as well? It would help to get this information to plan our travel time accordingly. Also they say that reservations are not required for weekends. Hope that still stands!
Is it better to do the morning tour or the afternoon tour, in the winter? Which one is better for the wolves?
How long do you have at each enclosure? If I can get down there I would like to shoot both video and photos. Is there room for tripod use on the private photo tours?
Would this be a suitable tour for an elderly person? What type of bus is the shuttle that carries guests to the preserve? Thanks.