Predator Protection

Grizzlies and Wolves in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
Summary
Create Conservation Project/Cause - Grizzlies and Wolves in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem | Elizabeth Mordensky
Purpose/Mission: 
Grizzlies and Wolves are vital top predators in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Both species used to be wide spread around the country and have been wiped to extinction in most areas. The space around Yellowstone National Park is a strong hold for these species, but increased development in these areas has limited wild habitat and increased negative animal-human encounters, and hunting policies made by the three surrounding states (Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho) have placed these animals (especially wolves) in great danger. A portion of my proceeds from art sales will go to "Defenders of Wildlife" and "Wyoming Wildlife Advocates" to help aid in these causes.
Start/End Date: 
Friday, 10 December, 2021

Grizzlies and Wolves are vital top predators in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Both species used to be wide spread around the country and have been wiped to extinction in most areas. The space around Yellowstone National Park is a strong hold for these species, but increased development in these areas has limited wild habitat and increased negative animal-human encounters, and hunting policies made by the three surrounding states (Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho) have placed these animals (especially wolves) in great danger. A portion of my proceeds from art sales will go to "Defenders of Wildlife" and "Wyoming Wildlife Advocates" to help aid in these causes.

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