SWELL Wolf Education Centre is located just south of Nanaimo & our mission is to educate the public, schools, and community groups of the vital importance of wolves in healthy ecosystems. Without wolves exercising their keystone role, ecosystems rapidly deteriorate.
Admission to the Centre is by donation & all donations support wolf education through Tundra’s School Program.
For further details, please click on the PDF.
Not suitable for children under 8 years of age to attend.
Come and experience the pleasure of interacting with Tundra, Nahanni and Mahikan
Due to the popularity of seeing Nahanni, Mahikan & Tundra, viewing is by appointment only. No drop-ins allowed, so phone or email to book a visit.
Interpretative Walk: Walk with Tundra observing her demonstrating the many ecological services wolves provide.
Forest walk: Watch Tundra scent roll, play in the water, run through the forest, all off leash.
Examining Wolf Behaviour
By watching wolf behaviour, we can study this highly intelligent animal that is also a very sentient creature and begin to understand why this animal plays such a vitally important part in creating and maintaining healthy ecosystems.
Watch the natural behaviour of Nahanni and Mahikan as they play with each other, compete with each other and bond with each other.
These behaviours will also be observed by watching short videos of Nahanni, Mahikan, and Tundra.
Many participants have described this program as truly amazing and an unforgettable experience.
To learn more and to book a time to attend A Day with the Wolves, call:
Gary R. Allan
Donations are accepted for participation in this program, which allows schools to experience a visit from Tundra or to travel to Cedar to visit the wolves.