Over a period of six years in the 1990s, Emmy-winning filmmaker-couple Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived with and observed a pack of wolves in the Sawtooth Mountains of Idaho.
Their experiment coincided with the controversial decision to reintroduce wolves onto American soil.
The Dutchers’ captivating account reveals wolves as emotionally intelligent creatures capable of empathy, compassion, apology, encouragement and forgiveness.
Perhaps learning and observing wolves can make us better humans. If nothing else, this book will have you YouTube-ing “awesome wolf pack howl,” and hopefully it’ll ignite a passion to save their habitat so they can have thriving families, too..!!