Most wolf biologists have encountered hundreds of wild wolves in their careers. In that process, many have become witness to the intimate lives and fates of a select handful of individuals. Over the years, these biologists have occasionally shared stories of their ‘favorite’ wolves with one another, often over drinks at the local pub during wolf conferences. Few outsiders have been privy to these stories - until now!
This is a remarkable collection of tales spanning the globe, from the earliest studies to the present day. “Wild wolves we have known" tells the stories of individual wolves through the lenses of those who know them best - the biologists who have studied them. Immerse yourself in the fieldwork; observe the challenges facing the species, and bear witness to the extraordinary resilience of these remarkable wolves.
Rome and wolves go back a long time. According to ancient legend, a she-wolf suckled the twins Remus and Romulus, the founders of Rome. Now for the first time, the zoological garden Biopark in Rome has two real wolves.
"Exposed - USDA’s Secret War on Wildlife" by Predator Defense
Another crucial piece to revealing what your tax dollars pay for. In this film three former federal agents and a Congressman blow the whistle on Wildlife Services - a barbaric, wasteful and misnamed agency within the USDA - and expose the government’s secret war on wildlife on the taxpayer’s dime.
Thought I would share this. I uploaded this a while back on my YouTube channel. This is at the Wolf Sanctuary that I volunteer at, and on this particularly day, Lorenzo decided to be a bit of a dork and none of us have been able to interpret this strange behavior of his. Whatever it means, it is hilarious to see!
Watch 0:30-1:10 - so hilarious!
(On what it might mean - I have no clue! Maybe just plain boredom?)