Hike through the woods where Mexican wolves and river otters play. Wolf Woods, which opened in 2005, highlights conservation efforts that are restoring North American habitats and the species that inhabit them. The first section along the Wolf Woods trail focuses on the conservation stories of the Ohio woodlands and its species, highlighting the North American river otter. The second section focuses on the conservation story of the Mexican gray wolf native to the southwestern United States. Here, a rustic, historical trapper’s cabin has been converted into a Mexican wolf field research station.
Check our animal encounter schedule for times for our otter encounter.