Wolf photographic adventure filmed in British Columbia. Walk with the wolves, in Golden, BC and the Blaeberry Valley area

 Wolves and people evolved in Ice Age Eurasia and spread throughout a large part of the world in each other's company. Hard times must have occasionally thrown them into severe competition, but the wolf human relationship was governed by mutual tolerance and respect.

This changed when humans assumed pastoral and agricultural life-styles and began campaigns to exterminate their old competitor to make the world safe for large numbers of domestic animals, or to divert the wolf's share of wild meat to an ever- increasing human population. The result has been the elimination of wolves almost everywhere that people dominate the land.

In today's increasingly crowded world, wolves are valued as a symbol of wilderness, and of ecosystems healthy enough to support large predators. People in regions with wolf populations are coming to recognize a special responsibility toward these creatures.


Responses to "Amazing Short Movie Shows Wolves of the Rockies Greeting People"

  1. Anonymous says:

    I would love to be there.

  2. Rasta Joy says:

    Magnificent beyond words.

  3. Has me in tears.

  4. This has got to be at the top of my wish list. The honour of being 'kissed' by a fully grown wolf has to be the ultimate honour.

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