Falling trees in last week's snow and ice storms caused about $50,000 damage at Wolf Haven International in Tenino.
Falling trees in last week’s snow and ice storms caused about $50,000 damage at Wolf Haven International in Tenino.
KING reports (http://is.gd/5IGWF9) falling trees damaged fence enclosures and took out the surveillance system that keeps an eye on the 50 wolves on the 82-acre sanctuary.
Director Diane Gallegos says the damage is devastating for the small non-profit. It’s trying to clean up habitats in time for the breeding month in February.
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Information from: KING-TV, http://www.king5.com/