1. Big Blaze howling in Yellowstone

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    Big Blaze is a Gray Wolf who lived in Yellowstone Park and is a member of the Blacktail Wolf Family. During wolf mating season in February of 2012 I have seen him howling to the female wolves and he has since "started" a new family with one of the female wolves from the Agate Wolf Family. Unfortunately, he was killed on June 1st of 2012 by wolves from another family. He was 5 years old. Thank you, Big Blaze for letting me record your howling. It is the most soulful sound that I had heard in a long time. We will remember you... www.wildwolffilm.com

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    • TERRA 826: A Wolf's Place

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      Gray Wolves stand on the edge of a precipice. Wild wolf populations across the Northern U.S. have rebounded to healthy, sustainable levels with the protection of the Endangered Species Act. Wolf advocates declare it a biological and political victory. But many ranchers call it a crime, demanding the wolves’ immediate eradication… and they may just get their wish. Widespread hunting seasons have already opened in Montana, Idaho and Wyoming, with the rest of the country potentially following suit as we debate delisting all wolves in the U.S. Whether you see the wolf as the majestic cousin of man’s best friend, or as a bloodthirsty devil bent on destruction, we all have a visceral reaction to these misunderstood animals. “A Wolf’s Place” takes a close look at how wolves have impacted the ecosystem since their reintroduction to Yellowstone 18 years ago, and the effect the recent hunting season have had on the park’s wolves. It also tells the personal story of Wolf #10, the first wild wolf released into Yellowstone in over 70 years – his triumphant life and his tragic death in the sights of a poacher’s gun. Produced by Annie White.

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      • Gray Wolf

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        A brief overview of the Gray Wolf. Written, directed, and researched by Sam. Thank you Dr. Cain for your help with editing and technology.

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        • Gray Wolves, Canyon Pack, Yellowstone National Park

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          In this 7-minute video, two members of the Canyon wolf pack feed on an elk carcass near the North Entrance, Yellowstone National Park.

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          • Gray Wolf Art - Garden Decor Metal Art - Metal Sculptures

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            http://stores.ebay.com/Metal-Art-Manifestations The gray wolf (Canis lupus), also known as the timber wolf or wolf, is a mammal of the order Carnivora. The gray wolf is the largest wild member of the Canidae family and an ice age survivor originating during the Late Pleistocene around 300,000 years ago. DNA sequencing and genetic drift studies indicate that the gray wolf shares a common ancestry with the domestic dog, (Canis lupus familiaris) and might be its ancestor.

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            • The Reluctant Wolf, Forever Consumed: A Single Gray Wolf Paranormal Romance

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              Visit here: http://smarturl.it/ReluctantWolf The Reluctant Wolf: A Paranormal Romance Werewolves, shape shifters, love, hate, action... this book has it all! Bailey Cooper was a woman with a history and possessed an unusual gift that she loved to share, yet needed to keep secret from everyone. Then one day, as fate would have it, she was nearly knocked down by the man of her dreams. And a man with just a few secrets of his own too. Would their secrets tear them apart before they actually got started?

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              • The Animal Sagas: A Gray Wolf Pack Paranormal Romance Box Set: The Alpha and Beta Take a Mate Series

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                Visit here: http://smarturl.it/AnimalSagas The boxed set of all four books in The Animal Sagas series. Read all about the adventures of the Seron sisters, a pair of shapeshifting, were-cougars, and their adopted werewolf family in this 4 part set.

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                • spaceScat - "Discussions On A Subway" (2008)

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                  an instrumental and spoken word improv.: lon (guitar, vocals), rob (syth., mastering), children (vocals). the picture is one rob took of a gray wolf at the Bronx Zoo.

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                  • 11 NMU Students, Grads Ticked-Off - Tragic Timber Wolf Hunt, Keep Michigan Wolves Protected: Wolves have no food, fur value

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                    An all-day petition drive with numerous NMU student organizations is planned for March 20, 2013. Organizers hope to have Michigan Secretary of State representatives on hand to register people to vote. Only registered Michigan voters can sign the petitions provided by Keep Michigan Wolves Protected that seek a Nov. 2014 referendum. Keep Michigan Wolves Protected have until March 27 to get 161,305 signatures to allow voters to decide the fate wolves. "This is (about) hatred" of wolves, said Adam Robarge, Keep Michigan Wolves Protected Upper Peninsula coord. "I see zero reasons" for a wolf hunt, Robarge said. Wolves and deer have evolved "with each other for thousands of years." Northern Michigan University students crossed campus in wind-driven heavy snow showers on Feb. 27, 2013 to sign the petition to save Michigan gray wolves from being hunted. Event sponsors: NMU EarthKeepers II Student Team Native American Students Association (NASA) Wolves "just got off the endangered species list so to hunt them seems premature," said NMU EarthKeepers II Student Team member Adam Magnuson, 21, of Marquette. "It is interesting that people want to hunt an animal that they rarely see." Many "people seem to think that the wolf is some big bad animal but there has never been a recorded attack on a human in Michigan history," said Magnuson, an NMU environmental studies and sustainability major. Research shows "wolves aren't so scary." "We need to be careful to consider the ecological and biological" impacts of a wolf hunt, said NMU EarthKeepers II Student Team member Katelin Bingner, 20. U.P. wolves are "just getting re-established firmly now," said Bingner, NMU sophomore biology major from Spring Arbor, MI. The public should "vote on such an important issue." "There is still a lot broken in the world in our understanding on how things connect" but "people's eyes are opening to the reality of the connectedness of humans to the wider world," Bingner said. The interfaith NMU EarthKeepers II "need to defend what Native Americans believe," Magnuson said. Catholic "St. Francis of Assisi befriended a wolf and is often depicted in images with a wolf," said Tom Merkel, NMU Catholic Campus Ministry peer minister at St. Michael Parish. Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI is "the green pope" and "is very pro-environment saying the church has to ... protect God's Creation," Merkel said. "He has made the Vatican very green which is pretty cool." "The wolf is one of their (Anishinaabe) religious symbols and we have to protect that," Merkel said. Hannah Vallier and Amanda Weinert are NASA co-presidents and citizens of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians. "I am wolf clan (ma'iingan-doodem) -- we believe that we're related (to wolves)," Vallier said. Killing a wolf is "almost like me killing my own brother." Wolves "are important to tribal people" and Anishinaabe heritage/culture, said Weinert, 21. Weinert explained a traditional story from elders that "the first Anishinaabe man was lonely and asked for a companion." "Gitchi Manitou (the Great Spirit) gave him a wolf or ma'iingan," Weinert said. "They went on a journey to name all the plants and animals." After the journey "they were told they could no longer be companions" but will stay connected and live parallel lives, said Weinert of Garden, MI. Weinert said today Native Americans and wolves continue to "live parallel lives." "The connections between native people and wolves" include "we've both been relocated" slaughtered and misunderstood, said Weinert, an NMU senior. Weinert said the thought of a Mich. wolf hunt makes her "sad and is very distressing." Republican Governor Rick Snyder signed a law making the wolf a game animal. A Feb. 2013 lawsuit was filed against the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, and U.S. Secretary of the Interior Kenneth Salazar by the Humane Society of the United States, Center for Biological Diversity, Friends of Animals and Their Environment, Help Our Wolves Live, and Born Free USA. Before delisting, MN had about 3,000 wolves, while MI and WI had 687 and 782, respectively. EarthKeepers II http://EarthKeepersUP.org Nonprofit Cedar Tree Institute Marquette, MI http://www.CedarTreeInstitute.org NMU EarthKeepers II Student Team: Adam Magnuson admagnus@nmu.edu Katelin Bingner kbingner@gmail.com Tom Merkel tmerkel@nmu.edu NMU Native American Students Association (NASA) www.nmu.edu/nativeamericanstudies/node/106 nasa@nmu.edu NASA Co-Presidents Amanda Weinert aweinert@nmu.edu Hannah Vallier hvallier@nmu.edu NASA Supervisors: Tina Moses cmoses@nmu.edu Grace Chaillier grachail@nmu.edu --- Adam Robarge, Keep Michigan Wolves Protected U.P. Coord. atrobarge@gmail.com info@keepwolvesprotected.com http://keepwolvesprotected.com --- Greg Peterson EarthKeepers II/Cedar Tree Institute media advisor 906-401-0109 EarthKeepersII@gmail.com

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                    • Gray Wolf Graphic Book

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                      A short trailer promoting the Gray Wolf Graphic Book scheduled for press in November 2012.

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