© Thomas Durant

Film Update! 04/06/2015

Hello again everyone!  We are so happy to make some big announcements this month.

First off, we want to thank all of our supporters and “friends” who have helped us to spread the word, but more needs to be done in order to truly help wolves gain the voice they so deserve.

We wanted to share that we will be down, once again, with our friends at the California Wolf Center filming interviews for their webisode as well as for the documentary itself.  CAWC is a leading organization in regards to conservation of wolves and peaceful co-existence plans with ranchers and communities.  We are honored to work with them and to bring more information to all of you watching at home.

Lastly, we wanted to give a big CONGRATULATIONS to the Shadowland Foundation welcoming their newest pup to the world, Wahkanm!  He is a sweet male pup who has already been welcomed by the Shadowland Pack.  Stay tuned for more cute videos with him as well.

Please continue to support us in any way you can, and help us to help the wolves by Donating, Sharing our posts on Facebook, or by visiting us here and keeping up to date with our progress.

Thanks!

This is a feature length documentary film about the current trials and tribulations occurring over wolf protection in the lower 48 states within the US. Politicians, Ranchers and Conservationists are waging war over whether or not this species has the right to survive and be free. Follow some of the efforts of non-profits, organizations and politicians striving to be sure that future generations will enjoy this iconic animal, Canis Lupus.

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