Wolf Park After Hours Film Festival

BATTLEGROUND, Ind. — Ever wonder what wolves are up to when the sun goes down? Wolf Park invites the public to watch the sunset with their resident pack of socialized wolves and see first hand what goes on when the lights go off.


Friday and Saturday, August 14th and 15th, Wolf Park in Battleground will host Howl Nights at 7:30p, and a film at 9:00p. The Howl Night program highlights wolf behavior and communication and featuring human staff members interacting with the wolves. The feature film is American Coyote — Still Wild at Heart, a compelling thirty minute film that explores the remarkable adaptability and intelligence of this successful native carnivore and the challenges and opportunities coyotes provide to both urban and rural communities.

On Saturday night, the After Hours Program runs from 7:30-11:00 pm. Walking tours of the park will be offered and visitors will have the chance to watch twilight gather around the animals and hear the chorus of local frogs and songbirds. Wolves, foxes, and coyotes are crepuscular, which means that dusk and dawn are the most active times at the park. Docents will be available to identify all the “players” and to answer questions.

Gates open at 7:15 pm both nights. Admission is $7 for adults, $5 for children 6-13. Children under 6 and members are free.

Wolf Park is located at 4004 East 800 North in Battle Ground, Indiana.

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