National Geographic Study Guides

National Geographic Educator Guide for schools

Wolf | National Geographic Wolf Study Guide
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  • Copyright November 2014

National Geographic is collaborating with wildlife filmmakers Jim and Jamie Dutcher to bring educational content about wolves to learners of all ages. For more than 20 years, the Dutchers have focused their lives on the study and documentation of wolf behavior. As two of America’s most knowledgeable experts on wolves, they are devoted to sharing their unique background for the betterment and understanding of this keystone social species. This collection of education resources is being created to help science teachers like you bring the excitement of this high-interest topic into the classroom. Use the maps, activities, and media in the collection to engage students with a wide variety of ecology and biology topics.

Wolf | Gray Wolf Family Activity Guide

National Geographic Family Guide for homes

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  • Copyright National Geographic 2015

National Geographic is collaborating with wildlife filmmakers Jim and Jamie Dutcher to bring educational content about wolves to learners of all ages. For 25 years, the Dutchers have focused on the study and documentation of wolf behavior, including six years living in a tented camp on the edge of Idaho’s Sawtooth Wilderness, intimately observing the social and family-oriented lives and behavior of the now famous Sawtooth Pack. As two of America’s most knowledgeable experts on wolves, they are devoted to the betterment and understanding of this keystone species. The Dutchers are the founders of Living with Wolves, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising broad public awareness of the truth about wolves, their social nature, their importance to healthy ecosystems, and the threats to their survival.

National Geographic/Living with Wolves Online References

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