Every wolf could be Echo

Council for all wildlife


The shooting death of Echo, the lone female wolf who had traveled hundreds of miles and was the first wolf in over 70 years to roam once again the lands around the Grand Canyon, is a very sad note on which to end the year. Although it is not certain that the wolf who was shot is Echo, it seems likely. She was shot by a coyote hunter who mistook her for a coyote.

Why do we care about Echo? We care about her because she has a name, a story, and a photo. We followed her story, and it is painful to see it end like this. Yet every other wolf also has a name, though it is not known to us as humans, and a story. Every wolf has a journey and a family. They have a life of their own and close ties with their family and…

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