a Tuscarawas County based nonprofit environmental organization, is
dedicated to the establishment and operation of authorized natural
wilderness enclosures for the Timber Wolf in Northeast Ohio that are
healthy, humane, safe, secure and accessible to students, researchers
and the general public. WOLF TIMBERS
is devoted to securing a future wherein human kind everywhere will
promote and protect the welfare of the Timber Wolf in its natural
|Purpose of Wolf
|This corporation is
organized exclusively for one or more of the purposes as specified
in Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code, including, for
such purposes, the making of distributions to organizations that qualify
as exempt organizations under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal
Revenue Code, or corresponding section of any future federal tax code.
is specifically organized to conduct research and educational programs
that are in the public interest including, but not limited to:
1. Education of
the public to dispel misconceptions about wolves through the establishment
and operation of captive wolf pack enclosure.
2. Facilitate public viewing of the timber wolf in a captive environment
while attending lectures, wolf howls, and other educational programs.
3. Provide college professors, college students, high school teachers,
and high school students the opportunity to study wolves and to
conduct research on wolf behavior and associated habitat and prey
purpose and mission is to educate the public about the true nature
of wolves so that we might gain an appreciation of the wolf and the
role it plays in the ecosystem. WOLF TIMBERS
was founded as a not-for-profit organization on August 26, 1996.
It is our goal at WOLF TIMBERS
to enlighten and educate the public on the true nature of wolves.
We have engaged in this mission because wolves face extinction and
consequently have been placed on the endangered species list. To prevent
the possible extinction of wolves, re-education of the public about
the true nature of wolves must be provided.
WOLF TIMBERS' role in preventing
the extinction of the wolf is to provide educational programs. We
offer public viewing of the wolves living at WOLF
TIMBERS while providing information that is factual and
non-biased. We also will bring our educational programs to your school,
church, scout group or other interested organization. For the safety
of the wolves, we do not bring them to you.
If you are interested in an educational program, please contact Martin
Huth, Director. Schools and other large groups need to schedule two
weeks in advance.
We invite you to observe these magnificent, intelligent and resourceful
animals first hand - so that you are better able to understand the
true nature of the wolf.
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