What's in a name? A century ago, millions of guanacos (a llama-like camelid) and their young, locally known as chulengos, roamed Patagonia. Expanding sheep ranching pushed these native foragers out of prime grasslands, and their population shrank drastically. In Patagonia National Park, the spiritual launching point for our project, chulengos of spring are symbols of restoration, as grasslands rebound from overgrazed ranch to national park. At Chulengo Expeditions, we trace our roots back to Tompkins Conservation, the team behind the restoration and protection of millions of acres in Chile and Argentina. Curious and energetic, each chulengo reminds us of the power in each of us to work toward a wilder world.