Judy Larson - Pursued
Full of mystery and power, the Native Americans of the north understood that the wolf was sacred. They called him “Brother,” and knew in their souls that he was an integral part of the land. Yet the wolf, by its very nature, incites passions for and against it. Today, the gray wolf occupies only two percent of the land he once ranged, and bounties still exist on wolves in some states. - JL