© Thomas Durant

Update: 06/02/2015

Great updates to share with you all today!

Primarily, we’re heading back down to visit our friends at the California Wolf Center once again to film with their Ambassador Packs of Alaskan Gray Wolves and critically endangered Mexican Gray Wolves.  This is all building to the release of the California Wolf Center’s feature webisode AND to help the launch of our Kickstarter campaign (link to come) which will allow us to raise funds so that we may travel up the west coast to Oregon, Washington and Northern California, where wolves are either beginning to thrive, or slowly recolonizing areas where they once flourished.  In the north west we will interview several key experts about their role in wolf conservation and how they are actively finding solutions to the War on Wolves.

Next, we will be heading up to visit our friends at the Lockwood Animal Rescue Center, in Ventura County California, and getting our first glimpse at their sanctuary, as well as getting the inside scoop on their unique use of wolf-dogs.  More to come on them later.

Lastly, we want to thank all of you out there for helping us to reach a new goal on our Facebook page.  “Freedom of the Pack” has hit over 500 “likes”, and we thank each and every one of you for spreading the word to help us share our understanding and love of Canis Lupus with the world.  Please don’t forget to also follow us on Instagram as well!

In closing, we have many, many other things in the works, but we will break them to you here as soon as we are able to.  Until then, please join our cause by DONATING or by helping us purchase necessary equipment through our Amazon Wishlist.  We stand for wolves, and together with your help, we can build a positive education experience that will ensure a future with the wolf.

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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