© Thomas Durant

It’s been a while…

Wow, did you miss us?  We sure missed all of you.  It’s been a busy last 2 months here, so we wanted to touch base to let you know that the film is STILL IN PRODUCTION and that we are STILL SEEKING DONATIONS to help finish filming.  We’re actively seeking grants and private donations to get us to Northern CA where our first wolf pack in over 90 years has made their home.  CA gladly welcomes the Rogue Pack!

We’re also facing some tragic news in the South Western and South Eastern U.S. as news of U.S. Fish and Wildlife has decided to leave recolonization of the CRITICALLY ENDANGERED Mexican Gray Wolf and Red Wolf sub species to state departments.  This means that both these sub species of wolf will have LITTLE CHANCE of growing populations to sustainable numbers, thus risking their EXTINCTION.  We truly and desperately need your help to tell this story before it’s too late.

To donate, please visit our donation page:  PLEASE HELP

Lastly, Director Thomas Durant is in the process of writing and editing our first official film trailer.  We are honored to have Pamela Flick (Defenders of Wildlife), Paul and Colette Pondella (Shadowland Foundation), Erin Hunt and the team at California Wolf Center, Matt Simmons and Dr. Lorin Lindner (Lockwood Animal Rescue Center), Susan Strauss (professor and storyteller), and many other wonderful and conscientious folks share their expertise.  If you wish to support wolves and wolf recovery, any of these amazing organizations will help in their own way.

Keep up to date with us and we promise to have the first official trailer out soon.  Thank you all for your support!

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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