First Nations Outreach Project
Defend The Wolves wildlife advocacy program and Wolf Gardens Wildlife Center is the Wolf and Wildlife Rehab,Rescue and Education Project Supported and owned by the First Nations Outreach Project.
First Nations Outreach Project A 501 (c) 3 Non Profit
Defend The Wolves and Wildlife Rescue Project:
The Defend the Wolves and Wildlife Rescue Project is the foundation of the First Nations Outreach Projects Environmental programs.
The Wolf rescue project is 15years old and currently houses sixty two animals.
Currently the Rescue Project is kicking off a massive Wildlife and Environmental project.
The program extends to several areas of wildlife and conservation.
1. Rescue and restoration of wolves. While the majority of wolves rescued by the Rescue Project are captive raised and can never be released in the wild, the Rescue Project believes in furthering Wolf Education in areas of release or proposed release. Pre education in these areas are indeed crucial to the future success of wolf restoration.
2. Local and National Wolf and Wildlife Education programs directed at K thru 12 grade students as well as University level students. As well as community based education programs.
3. Rescue of Endangered, Protected and at risk species; The rescue Project is expanding to the rescue of bears, cougars, small animals and any other wildlife rehab and rescue that may be needed in the areas where our Organization will have access to these animals.Included in this project is also a Raptor Rehab and rescue program as well.
4. The wolf and Wildlife Rescue Project is also seeking ways to restore, develop or improve Wildlife habitat. This will include purchasing land for habitat, as well as improving and developing habitat on these properties. Reforestation is a primary goal in this area.
The Rescue Project will seek to return the areas of wildlife habitat to as near indigenous for that area as possible. Wild life rehab is of little effect without proper habitat. In many cases in controlled areas, captive raised wildlife may be reintroduced into certain controlled habitats and gain the skills to survive on their on.
While this is not particularly an area that draws strong support from some researchers, it is an area which the Rescue has indeed enjoyed small successes in the past and will develop programs to improve efforts in this area.
5. as well as reforestation, The Rescue Project will also seek to restore all natural fauna as well as any wetlands that may fall into our management areas.
6. The over all efforts of the First Nations Outreach Project is help to restore the balance between man and nature to as great a degree as possible.
Knowing that the resources of the earth must last man forever, it is important to develop a singular spiritual bond between Man, Earth and the Creatures who share the earth with us.
- Address 35 Bence RoadCragford, AL 36255
- Jim Windwalker
- (256) 354-5196
- Advocacy & Human Rights, Animals, Community, Environment, Race & Ethnicity