Wolf and Environmental Education
(818) 766-1825 Lake Hughes, CA
Wolves in california
The ESA was passed in 1973 because Americans believed that protecting our wildlife was an obligation to future generations, our nation’s environmental health, our fellow creatures, and the heart of the American way of life. It included wildlife ranges and habitats irrespective of political boundaries because these habitats, which are vital to species survival, cross arbitrary lines. Today, many politicians have forgotten the values Congress embraced four decades ago, and they now attempt to undermine one of most successful bipartisan pieces of legislation our country has ever adopted. Read More
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With our programs, documentaries and films, it is our intention to expose, educate and eradicate the myths and misconceptions about this magnificent creature, the wolf.
URGENT!! Why it is so important to #SaveTheWolves
Despite what we have learned, wolves are set to loose their protections from the ESA (Endangered Species Act) this month. If so, we may loose the entire population it took 20 years to recover to trophy hunting. Please share this video with everyone you know.
Your generous donations help promote and support Shadowland Foundation's ongoing commitment to Wolf and Environmental Education and teaching about wolves and their invaluable contribution to the planet.
"Educate not Eradicate"
Shadowland Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit educational organization.
Your donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
Tax ID number 27-1026224.
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Alpha Male Takoda, Keme, Kachina, Ogin, Tehya, Freedom, Cochise, Alpha Female Alaska, Chenoa & newest pack member, Wahkahn.
Shadowland Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating children of all ages about wolves and their contribution to the environment. Our pack of 9 Alaskan Timber wolves serve as ambassadors for the endangered Gray, Red and Mexican Gray wolves in the wild. We are confident that as people get to know and experience our pack, they will love them as we do.
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Credit: Wolf Conservation Center
Photos by Eternally Yours Photography, Lynn Levitt, Eric Iwasaki, Debra Delahunty and Rubin Domingo.
"When wolves were eradicated from most of the Northern Hemisphere, we inadvertently eliminated trees and water from the land. Globally, we are becoming increasingly aware that nature is far more efficient than we are at creating healthy and sustainable ecosystems. Our stressed planet needs all of the relief that we can give."
"We can bring back the wolves!"
Shadowland Foundation is dedicated to educating children of ALL ages about the true nature of wolves. They have much to teach us about our own true and wild natures, and living in harmony with each other and our planet.
Only Shadowland Foundation offers a once-in-a-lifetime-experience for individuals, families, school groups, youth organizations, corporations, social clubs, etc. to Meet and Play with our pack of ten Alaskan Timber Wolves in California.
3053 Rosslyn Street
Los Angeles, CA 90065
The Ranch Freedom, home of
18832 Pine Canyon Road
Lake Hughes, CA 93532