A Tale of Two Wolf Populations

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The Gray Wolf

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A Tale of Two Wolf Populations

We hear the stories of separate groups of grey wolves; one is threatened by actions taking place in the Canadian wilderness. Another population of wolves is thriving among the ruins of the world’s worst nuclear accident. Sam Litzinger speaks with the National Wildlife Federation’s David Mizejewski about the Canadian Wolf culling and filmmaker Klaus Feichtenberger takes us behind the scenes of hisPBS documentary Radioactive Wolves.

We hear the stories of separate groups of grey wolves; one is threatened by actions taking place in the Canadian wilderness. Another population of wolves is thriving among the ruins of the world’s worst nuclear accident. Sam Litzinger speaks with the National Wildlife Federation’s David Mizejewski about the Canadian Wolf culling and filmmaker Klaus Feichtenberger takes us behind the scenes of hisPBS documentary Radioactive Wolves.

Music: “The Wolf” – Sergei Prokofiev

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I find wolf cute but I know they are dangerous. I have heard wolves are now endangered. How true is it? - Rich Von Alvensleben

March 19, 2013 - 2:16pm