|Humans and wolves have had a complicated relationship throughout the centuries. This stems from fear and misunderstanding about the role wolves play in their environments. The villainization of wolves has been made worse by their portrayal in stories and media and has made it difficult for wolf advocates to get out their message that wolves aren’t something to be feared or killed.
They deserve a place in the wild – and we need them.
Get a closer look at the history of wolves in this country and why they’re so important for ecosystem health in the film The Great Wolf Divide: A Predator’s Dilemma. This is a film from the Wolf Education and Research Center that goes over:
The impact wolves have on ecosystems
The relationship between humans and wolves
How wolf reintroduction in Idaho affected populations in other states, like Oregon
How wolves improve our waterways and in turn make an impact on our fishermen
Why wolves have been painted as the villain
Get a look at wolves in a way you never have before. You’ve never seen them like this.
The Great Wolf Divide is yours for only $7.99. Buy it now!