Alyssa Grayson:" Wolves, and what you can do to Help! "
September 18, 2011
Representation of the next generation is the vital link in our mission to bring truthful information about wolves and wolf conservation to the future leaders of our country. Thus, on September 17, 2011, the National Wolfwatcher Coalition inducted its first Junior Adviser to the organization…
Alyssa Grayson, a 5th grader from the Rocky Hill School in Rhode Island. Among cheers of encouragement from her family and fellow wolfwatchers who attended a special program about wolves at the Wolf Conservation Center in New York, Alyssa accepted an official certificate of appreciation presented to her by Dave Hornoff, Co-President, Diane Bentivegna, Secretary, and Maggie Howell, Director of Wildlife Sciences.
We are thrilled to report that Alyssa has made her first official address in the attached video. She calls our attention to the plight of our wolves, and she also appeals to us to act before it is too late. While her participation and her message blaze a new trail of hope for a better future for wolves, we also recognize that we need the support of our followers right now to help us answer Alyssa’s urgent plea. You can help us with a tax-deductible donation to the National Wolfwatcher Coalition so that we can continue to promote wolf awareness and conservation programs around the nation.
SEE THE VIDEO WRITTEN BY ALYSSA AND PRESENTED AT THE AMBASSADOR WOLF PUP ENCLOSURE AT THE WOLF CONSERVATION CENTER. ( A portion of dontations received will go back to the Wolf Conservation Center ) The WCC is active in recovery and reintroduction of Mexican Gray wolves and Red wolves back into the wild.