We chose to visit on a Wednesday when no pre booking is required.
Parking at the entrance for a dozen or so cars but a massive field just a few years away provides an overflow facility.
The volunteer staff were friendly and extremely knowledgeable about the wonderful creatures they are helping to conserve. We split our visit in two with lunch at a nearby pub recommended by the trust and rated highly on tripadvisor.
Not the easiest animals to photograph / video being enclosed as they are behind a see through wire fence so my tip is take as many shots as you can to ensure you some really good ones for a memory.
Sadly it appears from the UKWCT website that there will be no further admissions to the general public after the end of August so if you intend to see these creatures then don't hang about.
Search for them on YouTube to get an excellent idea of what this place has to offer. It goes without saying that each and every wolf appeared to be in immaculate condition bearing in mind of course that shedding their winter coat means that one or two of them seem to have had an unusual short back and sides appearance.
Would recommend. Please don't miss out if you are fascinated by these lovely creatures.
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