Snow Wolf Family and Me, review: 'authentic and thrilling'

A new BBC film, Snow Wolf Family and Me, explores the lives and habits of arctic wolves, revealing the family secrets of one of our most feared predators.

Ellesmere Island is one of the most remote and beautiful places on Earth. This is the only place in the world where wolves are naive to man and have no fear. It allowed wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan and scientists an unparalleled opportunity to form bonds with a wild wolf family, revealing the remarkable story of their relationships and behaviour.

Here series producer Ted Oakes talks about some of the highlights and challenges of being accepted by a wild wolf pack.

The cutest sequence showed three pups practising howling. Each would hesitatingly raise its snout skywards before essaying a mournful cry, a baby Wolf of Wail Street.

Responses to "A New Wolf Film, "Snow Wolf Family and Me" Shows Secret Life of Wild Wolves"

  1. Anonymous says:

    how cool is that.i what to go

  2. Unknown says:

    Thank you soooooooo much for this short video. I am a strong supporter of wolves, any creature really, but the wolf is my soul mate.

  3. Unknown says:

    Beautiful. The world needs to know the truth about wolves so we can save them.

  4. neis says:

    J'ai vu ce documentaire, il est magnifique !

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