What you'll do
Come join us on a beautiful hike with our ambassadors. Our ambassadors will guide you on a beautiful hike in the Bataquitos Lagoon in San Diego County. We will talk about wolf and coyote habitat, physical and pack characteristics, their role in the environment and the many different types of wolves in North America and other wolves in the world. Bataquitos Lagoon is a unique wetland area in southern California. The lagoon is part of the Pacific Flyway that is used by many local species of birds and migratory birds. The backdrop is beautiful for the unique and once in a lifetime opportunity to see ambassador animals in a natural setting. These are not wild animals. These are ambassador animals and most importantly they are my family members that we enjoy sharing with people who have a love of nature. They are North American Indian Dogs. Come join us on our morning hikes. They love meeting new people.
Melinda co-founder and one of two wolf and coyote experts that will guide you on your hike. I have over 25 years hands on wolf and wolfdog experience. Mark Klemperer is co-founder MS in Zoology, from Louisiana State University and California Life Science/Biology Secondary Teaching Credential, extensive experience as a research biologist, including time in Tsavo East National Park, Kenya studying the environmental physiology of elephants, breeding of many species of rare and exotic birds, Many years of experience working with wolves, coyotes, wolfdogs, coydog
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Where you'll be
We will be hiking around Batiquitos Lagoon, a local favorite. The lagoon is one of the larger wetland areas in southern California and part of the Pacific Flyway. The Pacific Flyway is critical for local and migratory birds.
Keep these in mind
Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.
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Up to 10 guests ages 12 and up can attend.
No dogs. No jewelry, flowing type clothes, No Dresses, leather, feathers or fur. Closed toe shoes and long pants (or shorts).
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