The Right to be Wild

    April 17, 2018 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
    Mary D. Fisher Theatre
    2030 W State Rte 89A
    Sedona, AZ 86336
    928 282 1177
    The Right to be Wild @ Mary D. Fisher Theatre | Sedona | Arizona | United States
    At Mary D. Fisher Theatre Q&A with Apex Ambassador Pack following the film. The Right to be Wild, is a tale of Hope, Struggle, Survival and Determination. It is the story of the Mexican Gray Wolf; a wolf that is one the Most Endangered Mammals in North America and the most endangered subspecies of Gray Wolf in the World. It is also a story about people who work hard and tirelessly trying to save them. Mexican gray wolves were completely eradicated from the United States by the mid 20th century, and extremely close to extinction in the wild. In 1976, they were listed under the endangered species act and protecting the species became the law. Then, after an agreement was made between the U.S. and Mexico, a trapper hired by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, was sent to Mexico to trap the last known Mexican Gray Wolves in the wild. Five wolves were found and captured in northern Mexico. Only one of those was a female. “Only One female left in the wild and she was already 10 years old!! You can’t get much closer to extinction in the wild than that!” Purchase tickets at theatre or online at


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