Click on the above header to see Jim and Jamie Dutchers website.  They lived in Idahos Sawtooth
mountains with 6 wolves.    An amazing story.  These pictures are theirs:
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Gray Wolf by Jim Brandenburg
Timber Wolf by John Pezzenti Jr
WWF - Grey Wolf
Wolf and Eagle
Gray Wolf Growls a Warning as It Feasts on a Deer by
Jim And Jamie Dutcher
A Couple of Gray Wolves, Canis Lupus, Stand Next to
One Another by Jim And Jamie Dutcher
Gray Wolf Stands over a Pack Member
Lying in Snow by Jim And Jamie Dutcher
A Warm Glow Comes from the Dutchers Tent at
Night by Jim And Jamie Dutcher
Gray Wolf with a Menacing Expression Stands
over Another by Jim And Jamie Dutcher
Napping Gray Wolves by Jim And Jamie Dutcher
Gray Wolf Submits to the Alpha by Jim And Jamie
Dutcher
And one of my personal favorites from National Geographic. Click Picture to read article
Wichita, Kansas, 1997
Photograph by Joel Sartore
"Gathering strength in a Kansas zoo, a litter of Mexican wolves boosts hopes of
restoring this subspecies of the gray to New Mexico and Arizona."
(Text from and photograph shot on assignment for, but not published in, "Return of
the Gray Wolf," May 1998, National Geographic magazine)
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Interactive feature: Return of the Wolf
Wichita, Kansas, 1997
Photograph by Joel Sartore
A Mexican gray wolf snuggles with two pups at the Sedgwick County Zoo. At one
time, gray wolves were among the most widely distributed mammals on Earth.
However, by the early 1900s, unchecked trapping, poisoning, and hunting of these
highly intelligent predators drove the species to the brink of extinction.
(Text adapted from and photograph shot on assignment for, but not published in,
"Return of the Gray Wolf," May 1998, National Geographic magazine)
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