The Wolf Education & Research Center
Choose from a great selection of important movies, videos, publications, and content designed to inform, inspire, and engage the public to action. Become a steward of wildlife through becoming more informed!
THE GREAT PREDATOR DEBATE TRIO
WERC has produced two feature length films in the Great Predator Debate Series and working on our final installment to complete the trio. Viewed by thousands worldwide, this important civics course not only tells the stories of the Sawtooth and Owyhee Packs but delves into the complex subject of preserving carnivores in the face of human progress and expansion. Hear from State wildlife managers, Native American representatives, and recreation enthusiasts who all have a stake in the outcome of this important discussion.
- The Great Predator Debate: A Predator’s Dilemma
- The Great Predator Debate: A Nation’s Dilemma
- The Great Predator Debate: A Nation’s Dilemma (Classroom Version)
- The Great Predator Debate: A Nation’s Resolve (In Progress)
View The Great Predator Debate Classroom Edition Here For Free
GRAY AREA: WOLVES OF THE SOUTHWEST
In the American Southwest, a unique species of wolf unlike any other is making a comeback. Considered extinct nearly 40 years ago, the little known Mexican gray wolf has slowly pulled back from the very brink — against all odds. From a founding population of just seven animals, this species has slowly grown to a current wild population of approximately 100, only to face a new threat from within: its own genetics. As part of a bold recovery mission, one lone wolf is given a chance to offer new hope for the survival of her species. In telling this story, narrated by Chris Morgan, “Gray Area” explores whether there can be a balanced and sustainable future where ranchers, conservationists, locals, and biologists alike can coexist with this apex predator.
Choose from a selection of short videos produced to inform viewers on an aspect of wolf biology.
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