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The Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to bringing back wolves to help restore ecological health in the Grand Canyon region.

Help us bring back the wolves by becoming a monthly donor! Recurring donations help us plan for the future so we can schedule more educational programs and community events. Your donation will also provide us with the urgent resources we need to monitor more wolves in the wild and advocate for policies that allow wolves to roam freely. 

Together, we can make a difference for wolves! Donations are 100% tax-deductible! Simply fill out the form and choose to make an automatic monthly, quarterly, annual, recurring, or one-time donation. 

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Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project
P.O. Box 233
Flagstaff, AZ 86002

About Us

The Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project works for the recovery of the Mexican gray wolf in the wild by

  • Educating our communities by sharing our knowledge of the importance of wolves in healthy ecosystems, through public events and presentations in local schools
  • Motivating the public to learn about, care for, and respect wolves and their habitats
  • Activating our neighbors and supporters to address government agencies in support of wolf recovery

Special Event

  • Almost Ancestors - an award winning film

    Almost Ancestors - an award winning film

    We are excited to announce that Almost Ancestors has been selected for 18 film festivals and won 13 awards! 

    "Presented in the Hopi language with English subtitles, Almost Ancestors was filmed in Arizona, where a Hopi cultural advisor on set ensured the cultural accuracy of the story. The powerful film will educate viewers on the displacement of lobos and indigenous cultures and inspire them to help alter the ramifications of history."

    For more film festival news and updates, please visit the website

Take Action Now!

  • Photo of Anubis by Keith Hayes Endangered Mexican gray wolf “Anubis” (m2520) was shot and killed illegally on the Kaibab National Forest west of Flagstaff on January 2, 2022. The wolf had become well-known for his successful forays north of Interstate 40 and beyond the boundary of the current recovery area, demonstrating not only the resilience of his subspecies but also his instincts to seek ...

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    Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project
    Claire Musser, Executive Director

    P.O. Box 233, Flagstaff, AZ, 86002-0233

    (928) 202-1325

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