FAQQ. I am in the area tomorrow / next week, can I come and see the wolves?
A. No. The Trust has a Dangerous Wild Animal licence at present which does not permit it to operate like a zoo. Visits are restricted to members who book to come on given dates, we have 3 open days a year where members and non members can come and see us.
Q. Can I visit the wolf I am adopting?
A. Yes, you will get one free visit for the member to come and see your adopted wolf on one of our open days, or take out a membership to join us on a wolf walk or just visit the trust.
Q. How can I join the UK Wolf Conservation Trust?
A. You can fill out our on-line application form to take part in a wolf walk, adopt a wolf or visit the trust. You can even send a membership as a gift.
Q. Can I buy merchandise over the Internet?
A. For merchandise please visit our online shop.
Q. I sent off my adoption / membership / renewal / application some time ago and I haven’t heard anything. What should I do?
A. You will receive automatic confirmation when buying your membership online. If you think that your application has gone astray please feel free to e-mail the office on firstname.lastname@example.org
Q. I run a wolf related website, can I link to yours?
A. Please link to http://www.ukwolf.org/ and tell us who you are by e-mailing our webmaster at ukwolf.org so that we can consider you for a reciprocal link.
Q. I am looking for internship or other employment within the UK Wolf Conservation Trust, how do I go about it?
A. We offer work experience placements to students over 18 years.