Special Events

Howls of Gratitude

Dear Friend of the Wolves,

For many of us, this time of year stirs increased generosity and a desire to engage more deeply with causes that matter most to us. Have you got the end-of-year giving bug? If so, I hope you will connect your desire to engage with your generous spirit and put Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project at the top of your end-of-year giving list. 

Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project is a regional leader in advocating for restoration of the natural balance, which includes wolves. 

Help us speak up for the Mexican gray wolf, and make an end-of-year gift today!

Wolves are native to northern Arizona but were eradicated from the region in the early 1900s. The Mexican gray wolf is now considered one of the most endangered mammals in North America, with a population of only about 131 individuals in the wild of eastern Arizona and western New Mexico.

The Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project is dedicated to bringing back wolves to help restore ecological health in the Grand Canyon region. But we cannot do this without your support. I hope you will make an end-of-year gift today, in support of wolves.

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Call of the Wild Mural Family Fun Day

Join forces and voices for wolves and all things wild!

Call of the Wild Flag event image 12Oct2019

Paint, draw and write on the Call of the Wild mural, face painting by Artistic Magic, puppet show presented by Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project, and musical entertainment by Thunder & Lightnin'.

October 12th in Heritage Square, downtown Flagstaff, Arizona, the event offers fall fun for everyone.

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