A Call Of The Wild; Wolves Teach A Wild Wisdom In Northern Saskatchewan, Canada

Walking on a wild side, is nothing new for the founder of A Wolf Adventure, in Northern Saskatchewan Canada. Skylar Breton helps to unlock a natural wild wisdom within us all, while teaching youth about a highly misunderstood wild animal.

A young M├ętis girl is a modern day little red riding hood of the teenage kind, only hold the "big bad wolf" please. Mandy Lafond has walked, howled, kissed and experienced a long term friendship with some pure wolves, in a way many people her age can only dream of.

There is something primal in this song of all songs. For Mandy a 15 year old, grade 9 student, what started off as simply being wild about wolves as a 12 year old, has turned into a fascinating friendship that has spanned a few years now, and simply embraces the non typical variety of friends.

These friends have very big paws and very big teeth, but ask Mandy how she feels, and if she is scared she will be eaten like little red riding hood's grandmother, and she will laugh and say "I don't understand all the bad stuff said about wolves. People just don't know them the way I do." "Tibet is my favorite, she is the sweetest wolf " "Dharma is a beautiful wolf too, I love her eyes. I call her DD, and oh my god, Legend and Eco are sooo beautiful! I have all kinds of friends, so what is the big deal?."

Mandy has spent quite a few days and nights over the years frolicking at the beautiful licensed wolf outreach and eco conservation center. When started back over 10 years ago now, the director founder was simply a girl herself of a tender 19, when fate would change her course of life forever.

When asked, Skylar gives a small smile, and quietly responds "Even though in school I was voted most likely to become an artist, and work with wildlife. I guess I wound up combining doing all three, artistry, working with wild animals, and having youth from all different backgrounds come into my life." (Source)

Photo Skylar Via Flickr

Photo Credit: Judy Wood

Responses to "Aboriginal Girl Kisses, Walks and Howls With Wild Wolves (PHOTOS)"

  1. Anonymous says:

    excellent I'm jealous

  2. Anonymous says:

    Thank you Beautiful

  3. Anonymous says:

    Tears of happiness,wish we could ALL be this way..We are gulty of killing living things,we dont understand,through our own fear. Jule

  4. Unknown says:

    Love these photos. So beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

  5. Anonymous says:

    These pictures show what love, not hate, can do for us!

  6. Gorgeous creatures and beautiful pictures of being in the Now and peace! Love it! Reminds me of my beautiful white Maremma who was so loving yet so big. I learned so much from her.

  7. Anonymous says:

    my three rescues have changed my life!

  8. Anonymous says:

    More people should take the time to know nature and all her creatures....this is amazing and wonderful!

  9. Deborah says:

    These white wolves are some of the most beautiful creatures I've ever seen in my life. Especially the largest one. Look at the eyes and face of this magnificent creature. Look at how majestic is their power, yet their ability to connect with humans. Not to mention that they are keystone species with a positive affect on everything around them. How could we ever even dream of harming these creatures???

  10. She is an extraordinary human being. If it was possible, she should get the Nobel of Peace.

  11. Connie J. says:

    I'm so jealous what a lucky girl I wish one day I'd meet these beautiful white wolves or similar. So majestic, stunning creatures.

  12. Deborah R says:

    I have 2 they are very beautiful, loving and loyal aniamls

  13. Anonymous says:

    woman and wolves. Beautiful.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Wolves are the most loving sweet creatures...they bond with their humans and show un conditional love.

  15. Mike Barzilai says:

    Beautiful an Harmonious

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