To howl, or not to howl…

Wolves Howling, Jacqueline May. Ink on paper. 2010

The wolf is a social animal with a propensity for gathering, hunting, cavorting, parenting, howling… much like humans.  Look in the mirror and see what a wolf sees: a carnivore, a competitor, a social animal capable of great love and loyalty; an intelligent animal proficient in the skills needed for survival.  Wolf survival, like that of humans, depends upon cooperation within the clan, the tribe, the pack.  Our survival as a global ecosystem, requires cooperation between all species.

To howl or not to howl, that is the question.  Fowl news, to hear “the hunt is on” for wolves.


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