Museum hosts ‘Living with Wolves’ photographic exhibit

Photo Credit: Courtesy | Jim and Jamie Dutcher

The Southern Ute Museum (SUM) is proud to announce it will host the Living with Wolves photographic exhibit with additional support of the Rocky Mountain Wolf Project.  This Living with Wolves/National Geographic exhibit offers you a rare glimpse inside the lives of wolves featured on 19 large-scale photographs accompanied with 14 text panels.


For more than 20 years, Living with Wolves founders Jim and Jamie Dutcher have focused their lives on the study and documentation of wolf behavior.  As two of America’s most knowledgeable experts on wolves, they are devoted to sharing their unique background for the betterment and understanding of this keystone social species.


SUM supports the efforts of the Rocky Mountain Wolf Project and the Living with Wolves organization whom are dedicated to engaging the public worldwide in education, outreach and research to promote truth and understanding about wolves, while encouraging coexistence and inspiring people to take action to protect them.


Living with Wolves is on display at the Southern Ute Museum from August 13, 2018 to November 30, 2018 in the museum’s second level Welcome Gallery.


About Southern Ute Museum


The Southern Ute Museum was created to preserve and educate the youth about Southern Ute culture and history.  The museum’s extensive collection supports research efforts through exhibitions and educational programing.  The museum is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is located at 503 Ouray Drive in Ignacio, Colo.  Learn more at


About Rocky Mountain Wolf Project


The Rocky Mountain Wolf Project is comprised of individuals and organizations—from wildlife biologists to Colorado landowners to conservationists—dedicated to returning wolves to Colorado.  Learn more about the coalition at

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