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Mexican wolves on the move!

Wolf drawing by Janice for EOY2018 letter

Thank you so much for all of your generous support. Your contributions and actions are helping us spread the word that wolves belong in the Grand Canyon region.

We have good reason and ample scientific proof to shout out and make this message loud and clear, because Mexican wolves are already making the journey back to our region, making the journey home.

Scientists say the Grand Canyon region is prime habitat for wolves because:
• The Grand Canyon Region contains large tracts of undeveloped land suitable for wolf habitat.
• Within the region there are over 18 million acres of public lands including National Forests and National Park lands.
• Large herds of elk and deer provide ample food for wolves.
• A wildlife corridor connects the current reintroduction area for Mexican wolves to the Grand Canyon region.
• The Grand Canyon region could sustain a population of potentially up to 250 wolves.

Imagine up to 250 wolves living in the Grand Canyon region!

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GCWRP Presentation at the Sierra Club Plateau Group Monthly Meeting

Emily Kay at IWS Oct2018

November 8, 2018 at 6:00 pm

Hosted by the Sierra Club Plateau Group
at the Joe C. Montoya Adult Center, Flagstaff

Kay Bordwell (Board Vice-President) and Emily Renn (Executive Director) of the Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project will speak about the International Wolf Symposium in Minneapolis, Minn. that they recently attended. Also, the work they do here in Arizona with wolves and what is going on with wolves worldwide. Contact Joe Shannon (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) for information about events in Sierra Club Flagstaff/Northern Arizona Plateau Group programs are from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on the second Thursday of the month. They are in the JCM Adult Center Thorpe Park, 245 N Thorpe Rd, Flagstaff. They are free and open to the public.

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