Thousands of meters above sea level in the mountainous afro-alpine regions of Ethiopia lives the Ethiopian wolf, the most endangered mammal in Africa.

In the southerly Bale-Robe province, where the largest remaining population of approximately 300 wolves remains, lies the remote mountain town of Dinsho where EWCP, the only conservation project for the animal, is headquartered. It is here that the majority of efforts to prevent and react to that which threatens the species is launched. The organisation's work focuses on two sub-populations in the National Park areas of the Web Valley and the Sanetti Plateau.

More projects to come...