The Ethiopian Wolf Project makes its UK public debut

On Monday 27th August we attended the UK Wolf Conservation Trust open day at their headquarters in Beenham, near Reading, bringing the images and stories captured by Will and Rebecca direct to the UK public for the first time. Around 1700 people attended the event and we’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who stopped by our stand to find out about the project, sign up for our mailing list or  support us by purchasing some merchandise.

Ethiopian Wolf Project at UKWCTThe reaction from people to the images was awesome, from our cute, brave pups to our elegant adults, people loved the wolves as well as being able to see images of the afro-alpine landscapes and the conservation work on the ground and understand the full picture.

View of UKWCT open day from the EWProject standWe hope finding out more about the project is just the beginning of our relationship with a new set of fans. If you didn’t get the chance on the day we’d encourage you to:

Subscribe to our newsletter

Follow us via Facebook or Twitter

Purchase your very own super-cute “Aby” stuffed toy

Buy one of our amazing limited edtion prints

Make a donation for the wolves via WCN

We will be back at UKWCT for their next open day which is on World Animal Day – October 7th, please come see us then!


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One Response to The Ethiopian Wolf Project makes its UK public debut

  1. Lauraine Wilson says:

    I missed the event, but I am delighted to learn you were there! I absolutely LOVE Ethiopian Wolves – they are fantastic creatures! I shall be following your progress very closely – wishing you all the very best and Many Howls!! 😀

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