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New BookCURIOSITY. COMPASSION. FAMILY FIRST. After living among the wolves of The Sawtooth Pack for years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher present a new National Geographic hardcover book, The Wisdom of Wolves: Lessons from the Sawtooth Pack, providing groundbreaking observations of their unique experience. As strong, and just as immediately recognizable as the ties that unite a human family, the emotional bonds shared among...
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DID YOU KNOW? There are ways to protect livestock without killing wolves.

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DID YOU KNOW? There are ways to protect livestock without killing wolves. There are many ways to keep wildlife and livestock safe when both are living side-by-side in wild places. An assortment of tools and techniques, known as “non-lethal deterrents,” are proven effective in keeping native predators (wolves, bears and mountain lions) away from cattle and sheep being raised for...
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DID YOU KNOW? Wolves are an essential keystone species.

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DID YOU KNOW? Wolves are an essential keystone species. The wolf is a keystone species. What does this mean? Keystone species are animals that have a significant impact on the ecosystem despite relatively low population numbers. In the absence of keystone species, a dynamic ecosystem is often drastically altered and destabilized. Keystone animals are usually top predators fulfilling an essential...
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DID YOU KNOW? Wolves rarely pose a threat to people.

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DID YOU KNOW? Wolves rarely pose a threat to people. Fear of wolves is disproportionate to the actual threat they present. Like many wild animals, wolves pose some danger to people, but in rare circumstances. It is important to note how uncommon wolf attacks on people are, before discussing the specific circumstances. Attacks are rare, and lethal attacks are exceedingly...
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