We talk with Dr. Gordon C. Haber, Independent Wildlife Scientist who has been studying wolves and wolf prey systems for 40 years and the Toklat wolves since 1966.
In another story of the killing of a legendary animal friend, this last week, the alpha male of the historic Toklat wolf pack was shot as he stepped outside the legal boundaries set up to help protect the wolves of Denali National Park in Alaska. This follows on the death of his mate and may mean the end of one of the longest and most notable wolf research projects, and the joy and wonder the Toklat wolves have provided to thousands of visitors who got the chance to get up close to this pack that did not really fear humans.
That legacy may have died
with the death of the pack's last alpha
Alaska advances its taking of wolves
with aerial hunting and trapping at
the boundaries, it perhaps is another
chapter in the advancing "War
Our discussion with Dr. Haber continues as we further explore "The Wonders of the Toklat Wolves. "
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