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The Red Wolf needs the help of everyone reading this, at this critical moment. The above image, entitled “Return of the Red Wolf,” was created to help save the most endangered wolf on the planet.

I hope you will visit the link below to learn more, join our campaign, and receive a signed and numbered limited edition print as a reward for your support.

There are a few rare moments in the recovery of an endangered species that you can point to and say: “That was a critical moment.” This is one of those rare moments – and you can be part of it.

Native only to the United States, the shy, elusive red wolf is truly “Made in the USA.” But with fewer than 50 red wolves left in the wild, it has reached a critical point. A point at which only significant public support will determine the future, or demise, of this animal. That requires regional education.

With proceeds from the campaign, The Endangered Wolf Centers educators will be heading to the Ozark mountain region of Missouri and Arkansas to increase public awareness about red wolves and their essential role in keeping the ecosystems across the Southeast healthy and thriving.

Awareness is the first step in protecting the current wild population and helping to expand the benefits of this species to other areas throughout its native range. We’ll also be using this opportunity to assess and measure perceptions of wolves and carnivores, and evaluate the effectiveness of education on reducing negative misconceptions.

Please cut and paste the following link in your browser to learn more and/or contribute:

Thank you,

Rob Dreyer


Latest Artwork
Return Of The Red Wolf - Red Wolves again roaming their former range by Rob Dreyer (2) Click to view a larger image. Return Of The Red Wolf  (2017)
Red Wolves again roaming their former range
24 x 36 x 1 (inches)
Oil on Canvas

Original Available
Ltd. Edition Available 
Pledge Amt: 50%
to Endangered Wolf Center  

Condors Soaring The Vermilion Cliffs - Condors Over The Vermilion Cliffs National Monument by Rob Dreyer (2) Click to view a larger image. Condors Soaring The Vermilion Cliffs  (2016)
Condors Over The Vermilion Cliffs National Monument
20 x 40 x 1 (inches)
Oil on Board

Original Available
Ltd. Edition Available 
Pledge Amt: 10%
to Endangered Species International  

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