Web of Life Foundation, W.O.L.F.
In Gratitude and Love

Together we can do it!
We all belong in  the Web Of Life

Pegasus wolf: Gifted by a middle school student after outreach 

Fall is about to leave and with it all its wonderful colors that are making way for the white blanket of snow. The holidays are around the bend and we reflect on what we are grateful for.
We at the Web of Life Foundation have much to be thankful for. This has been an amazing year of transformation and moving forward. Educational outreach in wolf country, film work and writing a new story of coexistence with our wild ones are in full swing and support for them is ever growing. We welcomed new volunteers into our circle and our wild web family is expanding.
In the midst of it all, a female Northern Rockies wolf, the first one in 70 years in the area has made it all the way to the Grand Canyon. She has supposedly walked over 450 miles in search of a mate and territory before arriving at our national treasure.
Video and report

Our wolves in Montana have given Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Services the opportunity to share a video of them.
Wolf family on trail cam

And tribes of the US and Canada have signed a treaty for the restoration of your bison:
Bison treaty

Thank you so very much for being a part of the thriving of our wildlife by expressing your care, support, love and concern for the preservation of all things wild. Only together can we write a new story of coexistence and mutual thriving.
In gratitude for every one of you,
be well and stay warm,
Elke and the web

Know someone else that might want to get involved?

  elke@weboflifefoundation.net 505-288-9183
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