A safe haven for Wolves
Nestling amidst the attractive countryside along the Welsh Shropshire border, and situated in over 100 acres of woodland Wolf Watch UK provides a valuable wolf conservation centre and sanctuary for displaced wolves
A safe haven for Wolves Nestling amidst the attractive countryside along the Welsh Shropshire border, and situated in over 100 acres of woodland Wolf Watch UK provides a valuable wolf conservation centre and sanctuary for displaced wolves

Our Story

Wolf Watch UK was established in 1992 by our founder Tony Haighway, whose initial involvement with wolf conservation started with the rescue of a pair of wolves from a closing zoo in Warwickshire.

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Our Wolves

At Wolf Watch we have had over 30 wolves come through since our establishment in 1993, currently we have four residents each unique with their own personality, behaviors and beautiful coats.

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Membership Benefits

Adopt one of our wolves today to play your part in the rescue, welfare and conservation of this beautiful mammal. Join us and receive access to our exclusive member’s section.

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Wolf Watch UK is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the rescue, welfare and conseration of displaced wolves from captive situations across Europe. Join us today and receive access to our members section.

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Join us today and adopt one of our wolves to play your part in the rescue, welfare, and conservation of this beautiful mammal.

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9 November 2021
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Fantastic News

Wolf Watch UK are delighted to introduce our latest resident Bosch. Bosch came from a private owner whose business was adversely affected by the covid situation. He has been extremely well looked after and has a delightful nature. Bosch is now available for adoption and his profile will be updated as soon as we get to […]

5 February 2021
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Great News KGOSI LODGE is now complete.

WOLF WATCH UK is pleased to announce that our new short term accommodation ‘KGOSI LODGE’ is now complete. It has replaced an old shed/ barn that was being used by myself and students as a viewing area to overlook the valley below, observe wildlife and study the behaviour of the animals that are kept here […]

1 October 2020
General

Fairwell Poppy

It is with sadness that I write to tell you that our Wolf Poppy passed away earlier this week. She was almost 16 years of age and had arrived here many years ago following a dominance fight within her pack at West Midlands Safari Park. Initially she was placed in the same enclosure with Nouska […]

3 February 2020
“Thank you for all of the incredible support we have received over the years, without you Wolf Watch would not exist “ Tony Haighway, Founder of Wolf Watch UK