protecting and conserving native wildlife through education and advocacy

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WWC collaborates with fellow conservation organization in Utah, regionally, and nationally. Learn More..

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You’ll find WWC staff and volunteers at Utah Wildlife Board meetings and Regional Wildlife Advisory Council (RAC) meetings advocating for wildlife protection. Learn More..

About Us

Western Wildlife Conservancy is the only organization in Utah working for protection of carnivores full time. We have been advocating for wildlife for over 20 years. Learn More..

What wolves’ teeth reveal about their lives

By Denise Hughett | September 28, 2019

by Stuart Wolpert, University of California, Los Angeles UCLA evolutionary biologist Blaire Van Valkenburgh has spent more than three decades studying…

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Update on the Rocky Mountain Wolf Project

By Kirk Robinson | June 14, 2019

On Saturday, June 1, I attended an all-day meeting of the Rocky Mountain Wolf Project & Rocky Mountain Wolf Action…

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Join the Your Shot campaign for gray wolf recovery

By Kirk Robinson | February 27, 2018

Western Wildlife Conservancy is proud to be a member of the Rocky Mountain Wolf Project, a coalition of citizens and…

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Conservation Science

By Kirk Robinson | July 19, 2021

What Good Are Carnivores? There are many good reasons to care about carnivores. The very term means ‘meat eater’ and…

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Wolf News, Studies, Books, Etc.

By Denise Hughett | July 7, 2021

Time for change! The video concisely reflects the relationships we have had with wolves and brings you current to the…

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Black Bear News, Studies, Books, Etc.

By Denise Hughett | June 15, 2021

Kirk Robinson: We should learn to live peacefully with wild animals in Utah Pursuing a bear with dogs does nothing…

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Western Wildlife Conservancy is a non-profit wildlife conservation organization founded in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1997. We work to protect and conserve native wildlife species - especially large carnivores such as bears, cougars and wolves - and to protect the habitats they need to survive.

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Salt Lake City, UT
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