Echo - The Grand Canyon Wolf t-shirt
Limited Time Only!Echo - The Grand Canyon Wolf t-shirt
Order online at teespring.com/echo-the-grand-canyon-wolf.
Only Available to order now through April 22, 2015!
Available for order and shipping in the U.S. and International.
Payments accepted by credit card or PayPal.
This limited edition Echo – The Grand Canyon wolf t-shirt is a tribute to the life of a female wolf, named Echo, who was the first wolf known to return to the North Rim area of the Grand Canyon in over 70 years in the fall of 2014. Her life was tragically ended by a hunter's bullet in Utah on December 28, 2014.
Artist Mary Lou Richardson of Water on Stone Productions created this design when she first learned that a northern gray wolf had been spotted in The Grand Canyon. She is sharing it with us to honor Echo's vibrant life and times. (You can visit their shop at www.h2oonstone.com.)
May Echo's memory live on!
This t-shirt design is available in a basic tee, v-neck tee, womens fitted v-neck tee, long-sleeve, and a unisex tank top. See style and color choices pictured above. Prices range from $20 to $28 depending on the style. See the sizes available for each style shirt on teespring.com/echo-the-grand-canyon-wolf. T-shirt orders will be printed after the Teespring campaign ends on April 22, 2015. T-shirts purchased during the campaign will be shipped out within two to three weeks after April 22nd.
This t-shirt is not available for order through our Lobo Marketplace and will not be kept in stock by the Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project after the Teespring campaign ends on April 22, 2015. Please order your t-shirt directly through teespring.com/echo-the-grand-canyon-wolf today!
Presentation in Sedona on January 14, 2015
Join Emily Renn of the Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project for a presentation as part of the Preserving the Wonder (TM) speaker series hosted by Keep Sedona Beautiful.
"Little Red Riding Hood Lied: The Real Tale of Wolves in Arizona"
Keep Sedona Beautiful Pushmataha Building
360 Brewer Road, Sedona, AZ
Free and open to the public.