Now more than ever!

Recently we learned that approximately 15 Mexican gray wolves were illegally shot and killed this past year since their population numbers climbed above 100 for the first time in the programs history. It could also be the first time this many wolves have been illegally poached. NOW MORE THAN EVER BEFORE THEY NEED YOUR HELP! We have designed our film to be an educational film, built around the premise of awareness for this species in hopes that a well balanced narrative will help create a better understanding of wolves and the issues at hand. Our film is important, and it needs to be completed soon! But we need your help to finish it!

There are THREE WAYS in which you can help us finish this important film: DONATE, SHARE, or GET INVOLVED.

To Donate: There are several ways in which you can donate to help us finish this film. The first is to give directly by clicking HERE. Thanks to the Wolf Education and Research Center, if you would like to make a tax-deductible gift, you can do so by clicking HERE. Just be sure to notate “Gray Area” when you give. The final way to give is to support our InDemand campaign on Indiegogo (also tax-deductible) by clicking HERE and selecting an available “perk” and pledging the given amount or other you wish to give. It doesn’t matter what amount you give, it just matters that you give what you can. We understand not everyone can! That’s why we have these other two options for you!

To Share: Simply forward this on to your friends and family, asking them to help and become a part of this important film too! Everyone can become a voice for the lobo!

To Get Involved: Talk to us about ways in which you would like to use our film to help generate awareness for the Mexican wolf in your own community. If we can raise up an educated public, these wolves will stand a better chance in the wild!

Thank you so much for your support! More importantly, thank you for caring deeply about Mexican wolves. Together we CAN make a difference. After all, it takes a pack right? Please enjoy the video above, and let us know what you think!


Alan Lacy Director/Producer