Free Film Screening
Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest
A unique species of wolf is making a comeback in the Southwest. Considered extinct nearly 40 years ago, the little known Mexican gray wolf has slowly pulled back from the brink of extinction—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. In the film, as part of a bold recovery mission, one lone wolf is given a chance to offer new hope for the survival of her species.
This powerful film explores whether there can be a balanced and sustainable future where ranchers, conservationists, locals, and biologists can coexist with this apex predator.
Watch the film trailer, here.
Joining us for a post film discussion are Sandy Bahr from Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Chapter and Craig Miller from Defenders of Wildlife.
**Please note the change in location for our summer film series**
Although the film is free, please consider bringing donations that night for P.A.W.S. fur the Cause. Needed items include: collars, leashes, toys, dog food and treats, cat food and treats, kitty litter, covered litter boxes, baby blankets, dog/cat beds, and crates.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Film starts at 7:00 p.m.