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Silent Auction Starts Today July 1!

Wolf Hollow Silent Auction 2022

Seal pools, aviaries and an eagle flight enclosure are just a few of the 30 enclosures on Wolf Hollow’s 40- acre property. If you have ever been curious about the types of facilitieThe silent online Wolf Hollow Auction opens at 10:00am PDT on Friday, July 1, 2022. There will be items added throughout the auction to keep things interesting. It is a good idea to check back every day. The auction will close Friday, July 15, 2022, at 8:00pm PDT.s needed to rehabilitate the wide range of species we care for, this is your chance to find out.

Once you click the button, you can register and get your bidding number. You can also get notifications if you get out bid on any item.

Please feel free to share with family and friends. If you want to donate an item or an experience to the auction, it is not too late. You can email director@wolfhollowwildlife.org.

Happy Bidding!


Discover Wolf Hollow Day – April 2nd 2022

Seal pools, aviaries and an eagle flight enclosure are just a few of the 30 enclosures on Wolf Hollow’s 40- acre property. If you have ever been curious about the types of facilities needed to rehabilitate the wide range of species we care for, this is your chance to find out.

We invite you to visit Wolf Hollow for a behind-the-scenes tour of our facility led by staff members.

To stay Covid-safe, tours will include only the outdoor parts of our facility and we will limit tour groups to members of a single household. We will wear masks, maintain social distancing and stagger tour times so that groups don’t come into contact. This is an opportunity to see the facility and understand more about our work, but no wild patients can be on display.

Tours are by appointment and will start every half hour from 11am till 3pm. To book a time, you are welcome to email wolfhollow@wolfhollowwildlife.org or give us a call at 360-378-5000.

We look forward to seeing you.


Earth Month Wildlife Photo Competition Winners

Our thanks to everyone who participated in our Earth Month Wildlife Photo Competition during April 2021. There were so many beautiful photos that we had a really hard time selecting a winner in each category. But, after lots of discussion, we finally selected the following photos:

Short eared owl Milo
Young Photographer – Short-eared Owl by Milo Martin (aged 10). Taken in early April on San Juan Island.
Bumble bee on flowering currant Brad Pillow
Insects – Bumble Bee on Flowering Currant by Brad Pillow. Taken on April 14th at his home on San Juan Island.
Shore Life photo by Alexandra Walton
Sea/Shore – Shore Life by Alexandra Walton. Taken April 3rd on Garrison Bay, San Juan Island.
_3.G. Helfman, there's something stuck between my toes
Humor – “There’s something stuck between my toes” Chestnut-backed Chickadee by Gene Helfman. Taken in late April, at his home on Lopez Island.
Sharp tailed Snake Christiam Oldham
Amphibians/Reptiles –Sharp-Tailed Snake demonstrating crypsis by Christian Oldham. Taken April 4th on San Juan Island.
FoxandKit Mike Rauwolf
Mammals – Fox Mom and Kit by Mike Rauwolf. Taken in early April on San Juan Island. (This was taken from at least 75 feet away, with a 2X teleconverter lens on a Canon 70-200mm f2.8L Lens, fully zoomed in (400mm total). The photo was further enlarged and cropped).
Nuthatch Kevin Culmback
Birds – Red-breasted Nuthatch by Kevin Culmback. Taken April 17th near his home on Garrison Bay, San Juan Island.

Congratulations to all of the winners and a huge thank you to everyone who shared their wonderful photos. Thank you for joining us to celebrate the beauty of local wildlife.