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A New Dawn for Ethiopian Wolves

31st December 2016
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A wolf family lost in a sea of "guassa" tussocks in the Simien Mountains National Park.

Thanking all our partners and supporters from around the world for helping EWCP help the last surviving Ethiopian wolves.

 2016 was a difficult year for Ethiopian wolves in their stronghold in the Bale Mountains, with disease remaining their most serious threat. But we will start the New Year with renewed energy, having reently expanded our footprint to new Afroalpine areas, with a larger-than-ever team of passionate Ethiopian conservationists and the essential support of our partners in the Ethiopian government.

Without your support Ethiopian wolves will soon dissapear, and the Roof of Africa will never be the same.

With gratitude and wishing you great things for 2017,

Claudio & the EWCP team.

 EWCP team in the Simien Mountains, December 2016.

Copyright © 2016 A WildCRU endeavour in partnership with Ethiopian Wildlife Conservation Authority and Regional Governments. Chie­y funded by Born Free. Under the aegis of IUCN/SCC Canid Specialist Group.

Contact us: EWCP, Wildlife Conservation Research Unit, Tubney House, Tubney, Oxon OX13 5QL, UK. +44 1865 611113;

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