Coastal Wolves of The Great Bear Rainforest…

“Wolves hunting for fish in British Columbia. Photo by Ian McAllister”

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Videos: YouTube Courtesy

Photo: Courtesy Ian McAllister

Posted in: gray wolf, biodiversity

Tags: Great Bear Rainforest, coastal wolves, British Columbia, salmon, Old growth forests, trophic cascade, habitat destruction

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  1. loved these videos! learned much from them!

    • Beautiful photography. Great story telling very educational. Enjoyed the videos very much, thank you to all who made this possible. God bless you and your work.

      • Richard..I also love the narrators voice, so soothing.

        For the wolves, For the wild ones,
        Nabeki

    • Joann…they are wonderful, I love the narrators voice too.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

  2. My dear wolf warrior Sis, Nabeki, thank you for this great post. I am currently tied up in continuous rehearsals and preparations for my upcoming Summer Concert Season 2012, with nightly performances for the next six months, but my work for the well-being and salvation of the wolves and any other living beings NEVER stops; it is a vital and integrated part of my daily life. I will be back here and on my other sites as soon as possible – until then, I wish you courage and strength in all that you do, and I am sending you my love! Louise

    • Louise…I know how dedicated you are to wolves and other wildlife. Your videos are so inspiring. I will be forever grateful for the Howl Across America video you made for us. Even when you’re busy I know your mind is never far away from the wolves. Thank you a million times for all that you do!!!

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

    • Louise…I know how dedicated you are to wolves and other wildlife. Your videos are so inspiring. I will be forever grateful for the Howl Across America video you made for us. Even when you’re busy I know your mind is never far away from the wolves. Thank you a million times for all that you do!!!

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

  3. There was a documentary series on the Great Bear Rainforest wolves on TV here the other day. Some absolutely beautiful footage – including the salmon hunting and their pups. Looking good for them if the hunters don’t wipe them out. I was amazed when it was mentioned that the wolves there hunt for seal. Absolutely amazing.

  4. The thought of logging and/or hunting in that magnificent rain forest and killing the animals and trees is terrible. Unfortunately, human beings have become like a malignancy that is spreading and destroying all it touches.

    • I couldn’t agree with you more Marcia. I worry the videos will be viewed by the wrong people and end up hurting the wolves and Spirit Bears. The Kermode bear or Spirit bear is actually a black bear whose parents have the recessive gene for a white bear. The Spirit bears are protected but not the black bears that give birth to them. The hunters are killing the black bears that carry the recessive gene and in turn can actually wipe out the Kermode bears forever. Some people are a plague upon this earth.

      There is also a pipeline planned that goes very close to the Great Bear Rainforest, which can have severe negative effects upon the area. The rape of our natural world continues.

      Spirit Bear (Kermode Bear)
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kermode_bear

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

  5. I’ve known about these guys for some timr now. I eagerly await the opportunity to protect them from the pipeline proposal.

  6. Just Beautiful animals……. This is a good story also http://www.sacbee.com/2012/04/28/4450678/the-killing-agency-wildlife-services.html#storylink=omni_popular

  7. Wolves are wonderful. I hope this pipeline does not go through, many animals will die, I am afraid.

  8. Such an irreplaceable treasure..should not be lost to the hands of man.

  9. These are very beautiful and educational videos. Every child should see them. I’m afraid that it would not serve as a wake-up call to any braindead hunter, but perhaps if shown in congress, some might start thinking. I don’t know…..

  10. the Wolves are the warriors of life,the should be treated with respect

  11. are you serious with your “take action” page? writing a letter, calling a congressman is certainly not an action, but a lazyman’s way to make his conscience feel better. want to take action to save something so rugged as the wolf? get people to quit wrecking their habitat and stop them from killing them? how do you do that? with real action. make those people stop. how do you do that? make those people stop.


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