Monday, February 27, 2017

How Wolves Change Rivers





Thanks, Willie.

33 comments:

Unknown said...

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.

WILLIE...! =(^..^)= said...

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!

Valerie-Jael said...

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

Barbara said...

Wonderful! Thanks Sandra and Willie.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

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

nashvillecats2 said...

Thanks for sharing Sandra. Loved it.

Yvonne.

Pat Hatt said...

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

CJ Kennedy said...

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

Sandra Cox said...

Hi Andrew,
That's great.

Sandra Cox said...

So did the blogster buds. Thanks, Willie.

Sandra Cox said...

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

Sandra Cox said...

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

Sandra Cox said...

Agreed.

Sandra Cox said...

I'm glad:)

Sandra Cox said...

Indeed, Pat:)

Sandra Cox said...

It is, isn't it, CJ?

Marcie said...

<3

donna baker said...

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.

Jamie Ghione said...

Interesting. I had to share this.

JFM said...

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!!!

Christine said...

Thanks for sharing this very educational video!

Sandra Cox said...

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.

Sandra Cox said...

Glad you enjoyed it, Jamie.

Sandra Cox said...

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

Sandra Cox said...

Glad you enjoyed it, Christine.

Adam said...

Wolves are very cool creatures

Sandra Cox said...

I think so too.

Birgit said...

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

Jeanie said...

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

Susan Kane said...

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

Lowcarb team member said...

Thanks for this ...

All the best Jan

Magic Love Crow said...

This is truly amazing Sandra!! Big Hugs!

RO said...

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...