This is a spot for student web pages. Our first is Heather's at Skyview JH. Her web page is Endangered Wolves
There are many wildlife artists who honor the wolf and help with their restoration here in the U.S. One of these in particular is Steve Oliver whose artwork has graced the covers of the agendas for Defenders of Wildlife’s Carnivores Conference since 1996. His painting of Black Beaver of the Nez Perce tribe, symbolizing all Native Americans watching over the wolves of Yellowstone and Idaho, provided a haunting and beautiful tribute for the poster, which commemorated the 10-year anniversary of the reintroduction. Steve has also donated several prints for the past three years to the silent auction that WRF and Defenders holds annually at the North American Conference. The auction proceeds help fund nonlethal practices of wolf management. You can see more of Steve’s artwork by linking to http://steveoliverart.com/. Another wonderful wildlife artist who has done some incredible wolf paintings and who has done much to benefit the American Bison is Judy Larson. Her camouflage art blends Native American heritage with the treasures of nature and wildlife. Judy has also donated prints to the annual conference's silent auction to benefit the wolf with nonlethal management. Her official website is http://judylarson.com/.
As we all know, education is the key to continued success in wolf recovery and species conservation. We must teach our children to honor nature and all life. In the past, the Wolf Recovery Foundation has reaped the rewards of children who have learned these lessons.
We wish to give special thanks to these young people:Quincy Elementary Environmental Club of Quincy, California donated $100 in February, 2006 to support the gray wolves of the wild.
The Kenilworth Jr. High School Conservation Club of Petaluma, California donated $50 in May, 2006 for the wolves.
Karuna Sangam, a 10-year old of Sunnyvale, California did a swim-a-thon in July 2006, swam 102 laps and raised $265.41 for the wolves!!!
The beautiful letter below was written by little Dante of Colorado. We believe it speaks for itself!
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