The Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project is dedicated to bringing back wolves to help restore ecological health in the Grand Canyon region.
The Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project emerged in 2004 from the combined efforts of conservation organizations committed to wolf recovery in the Grand Canyon region. Today, we are a non-profit organization partnering with other conservation groups to support the return of wolves.
Our goals are to work with leaders in the Grand Canyon National Park, local land management agencies, and the public to lead the way for the return of the Mexican gray wolf to suitable habitat throughout its historic range. We envision a thriving and growing population of wild wolves roaming freely and safely across the regionʼs healthy landscape.