July 2012 - Read the latest Annual report. pdf 720kb

June 2012 - Read the Habitat Change annual report. pdf 3.2mb

February 2012 - Read the new Strategic Plan. pdf 2.9mb

These elegant, long-legged wolves are only found in a handful of scattered mountains in Ethiopia. Some 500 survive today in small populations, threatened by loss of highland habitats, disease and persecution.

Informed by sound research, the Ethiopian Wolf Conservation Programme targets the greatest threats to the survival of Ethiopian wolves and their Afroalpine habitat. We promote this charismatic species as a flagship, so protecting many of Ethiopia's endemic species and natural resources.

**The official EWCP website. All about Ethiopian wolf biology and conservation**

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© EWCP 2005 - A WildCRU endeavour in partnership with Ethiopian Wildlife Conservation Authority and Regional Governments.
Chiefly funded by Born Free. Under the aegis of IUCN/SCC Canid Specialist Group.