Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Voices for Wildlife

Medicine of the Wolf, the movie I was involved in that Julia Huffman directed and produced is featured on National Geographic's Voices for Wildlife page. The first photograph is a yearling wolf I called Blondie. She was shot by a hunter in the first Minnesota wolf hunt. She is the last wolf I've been able to photograph since the first hunt in 2011.


  1. Jim - I just watched the wonderful documentary you mentioned. Thanks for your years of work and all you've done in the name of conservation.

    Have you been unable to photograph wolves after 2011 because of changes in wolves' behavior or because of the hunt's impact on you?

  2. Jim, I just watched Medicine of the Wolf and wrote you an email to I hope it gets forwarded to you, as it was emotional and I doubt I can repeat it sufficiently. Smiles. Thank you for your work with and for wolves. I share your heartbreak, your discouragement, and, still, some hope, that humans will evolve more quickly and relearn how to live with the wild and its creatures. Keep an eye out for my email. I told you about the wolf I lived with for fourteen years. I have been heartbroken since his death, (thankfully of old age). A connection with a wolf is like none other. I so understand what you spoke of in the film. Thanks, Jim, for a lifetime of loving wolves and bringing them to us. Sherry


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