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Grand Canyon Wildlife

Protecting and studying Grand Canyon’s diverse wildlife.

Baby bison

Grand Canyon encompasses more than a million acres and is home to thousands of species of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, insects, and fish. The park provides a haven for endangered and threatened species. Your support helps scientists study and protect the diversity of wild animals that rely on Grand Canyon’s ecosystem to survive.

Chub Translocation in Shinumo Creek

Conserving Native Fish Species

Rapidly responding to threats to the safety of native fish in Grand Canyon.

North Rim Bison

Bison Conservation and Management

Humanely reducing the bison herd through live capture and teaming up with tribal partners.

Grand Canyon Bighorn Sheep

All Active Grand Canyon Wildlife Projects

Learn more about how your support ensures the safety and diversity of Grand Canyon's wildlife through innovative programs and projects.

Grand Canyon Moments: Wildlife

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