Monday, February 27, 2017

How Wolves Change Rivers





Thanks, Willie.

33 comments:

  1. That is amazing and I am going to publish it too. It deserves a wide audience. It is a bit like the saying if a butterfly flaps its wings in Brazil etc.

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  2. Yes! I must say, when l was first sent this,
    a few years ago now! I've kept it, and have
    viewed it quite a few times now!
    It's brilliant! Love it!

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    1. So did the blogster buds. Thanks, Willie.

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  3. This is amazing! We have wolves here again for the first time in 180 years, so interesting. Hugs, Valerie

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    1. Oh that's good! It's too bad we feel the need to hunt to extinction.
      Hugs back,

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  4. Wonderful! Thanks Sandra and Willie.

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    1. Willie finds some great ones.
      Glad you enjoyed it, Barbara.

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  5. I saw another video (or maybe this one) about the changes in the park when the wolves arrived. They brought balance.

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  6. Thanks for sharing Sandra. Loved it.

    Yvonne.

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  7. Nature sure can find a way, as long as man gets out of the way

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  8. I've seen this before, but it's still fascinating

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  9. Makes me happy and sad. A friend's daughter lived and studied a pack of wolves for years; sleeping in her truck and cooking with a small solar oven. Funding ran out. Coyotes, their cousins, are regularly trapped or shot by ranchers in OK. I hope they start protecting all wildlife before it is wiped out.

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    1. Your friend's daughter's work sounded fascinating.
      Coyotes do seem to have it even worse than wolves don't they?
      I'm with you on protecting the wildlife, Donna.

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  10. I have always loved wolves and now I love them even more!!! We need them in our environment. We had an Alaskan Malamute, who sadly has passed-away from old age, that always reminded me of wolves...he was 130 lbs. and gorgeous. Wolves are a part of this world, too! Great video!!!

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    1. Sorry for the loss of your four legged family member. He sounds like a beauty.
      Agreed. Wolves are a part of our world.

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  11. Thanks for sharing this very educational video!

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  12. Wolves are very cool creatures

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  13. Profound! I love wolves as they are one of my favourite animals and I consider them one of my spirit animals as I have always been drawn to them. This shows how important they truly are

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  14. I never knew this. I've always found wolves fascinating but this is really remarkable. Thanks, Sandra.

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  15. A domino effect not recognized by those in the know? What an amazing reclaiming of man's destruction!

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  16. This is truly amazing Sandra!! Big Hugs!

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  17. I didn't pay much attention to wolves until I started reading paranormal shape-shifting novels years ago. I no longer read paranormal, but I have a great respect for such beautiful and family-oriented treasures. Hugs...

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