How Wolves Change Rivers

The interconnectedness of nature is greater than you could ever imagine. Watch this video to see how the wolf’s return to Yellowstone restored woodlands, increased wildlife and even changed the course of rivers for the better. Then act to ensure the future of wolves!


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3 Responses to How Wolves Change Rivers

  1. Gordon Boone February 19, 2014 at 6:23 pm #

    Not surprising really. Mother Nature had all this figured out until man came along and fouled everything up. We should not be allowed to upset the balance of nature!

  2. Murray Bolesta February 19, 2014 at 7:11 pm #

    Great stuff. Mankind is apart from nature, not part of it. Yellowstone unfortunately is but a remnant, a large zoo or arboretum. I believe the reason we’re here is to find some sort of (very elusive) balance between wild nature and our scientific and technological achievements. To accomplish that we already will have to do a lot of restoration, not just conservation. I.e. we’re certainly not passing that test yet.


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