Become a champion for wildlife’s underdogs! And help save some of our most endangered, misunderstood animals.
Our top priority? The most endangered wild animal living in the US, America’s red wolf.
When you see a bald eagle, you are witnessing one of the greatest come-back conservation stories of all time. Brought back from the brink of extinction, bald eagles are no longer endangered. This was only possible because communities across the nation banded together to save the eagle. Let’s do the same for our red wolf.
And how, you might ask? Read on to learn easy ways you can help.
Header Video Credit: Victoria Ziglar
Mom & Pup Photo: Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium
Take it from us, it is never too late to make a difference in your life! Our mission? Simple. To inspire you to become a wildlife champion, especially for underdogs and endangered animals. And as you already know, America’s red wolf is our top concern.
We believe the more you learn, the more you can love & protect… So let’s get busy learning and sharing!
Our Nonprofit Work Takes Three Paths
A free online red wolf photo gallery, a short film, and a traveling photo exhibit are all in the works to bring more awareness to red wolves and other underdog animals. Plus we are working with local school systems and scout troops to develop curricula for endangered species.
Art for Wildlife
We use art to connect us with nature and one another, invoke curiosity, and fuel change. Dale’s original hellbender sculpture is proudly displayed at the NC Zoo. And 35 castings of his first red wolf sculpture found their homes at zoos throughout the country, helping folks learn about this shy animal. Plus, if you buy a sculpture, 100% of the price is donated to our nonprofit. Win-win!
Be a Wildlife Champion
Make a donation
Buy handcrafted sculptures
Spread the word
Here are a few of the underdogs we love and work to protect.
Our Founder’s Story
A new video is out on our founder’s conservation work & love story by First Horizon Bank. When you meet in your 60’s, fall in love at first sight, get engaged in 8 days, and then form a nonprofit, you learn it is truly never, ever too late to make a difference.
Our wildlife blog celebrates our misunderstood and underappreciated wildlife. Join us as we venture into our own backyards and across the country, to meet these underdogs and learn their amazing stories.
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