THE CANID PROJECT: EDUCATING THROUGH VISUAL STORYTELLING, CREATIVE NARRATIVE, TOURISM, AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH


OUR MISSION

The Canid Project was launched in December of 2016 by photographer Amy Shutt. This project's mission, as a global creative conversation, is to document and share the stories of not just wild canids, but also the stories of humans and the wild canids who enter each other's lives in some capacity.  

We actively present this creative and educational information through our photography,  non-fiction narrative, conservation photography workshops, and community outreach to inspire and educate the public.  We strive to shed light on how these relationships shape our views on the wild canid species and the ramifications, both negative and positive, they present. 

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The Canid Project is a registered 501c3 non-profit organization.  To help further our efforts please visit the CONTRIBUTE page,  take one of our workshops, or visit our shop! Thank you! 

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Who We Are

The Canid Project comprises a group of artists, conservationists, scientists, biologists, wildlife rehabilitators, and wild canid enthusiasts. 

What We Do 

We educate through visual storytelling, dynamic narrative, tourism, as well as community outreach in our fox rescue and deterrent services.  

How You Can Help 

Want to get involved? Check out the ways you can contribute to The Canid Project through volunteering, donating, and spreading the word. 


The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated.
— Mahatma Gandhi