The Wolf Fund

Wild large carnivores that live without borders, 

and the humans coexisting with them

Working On

population assessments

That are accurate, utilizing the best methods

Montana Population Assessment of Gray Wolves (MPAW)


Between Apex predators

Wolves, bear, lynx, mountain lion, coyote and humans


Between genetically diverse populations

Protecting and conserving land to provide connectivity for wide-ranging species like wolves and providing safe passage, e.g. between Yellowstone and Glacier National Park populations, is equally essential for long-term survival.

Conservation tools

Problems into solutions

Technology, Legislation, Community programs and strategies (training, responsibility and protection)


  • Research with technologies, grants and more
  • Scientifically accurate Population Assessments of Gray Wolves (PAW)
  • Biodiversity and health of wolves natural ecosystems and prey species

The Wolf Fund is 100% For The Planet, 

a 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofit organization,

and a proud partner with the following organizations: