In September of 2005, Gudrun Pflüger, an original cast member of the Rainforest Wolf Project, lay flat in the grass of a meadow on an isolated northwest Canadian island. Six adult wolves came out of the forest to sniff, nudge, provoke, and generally assess her as a curious nonthreat. The pack spent hours idling within feet of her while she whispered her good intentions. Wolves and woman just chilling—same as it ever was, according to the aboriginal Heiltsuk of Canada’s north, as well as other aboriginal wolf-respecting peoples around the world.
Wolf Spirit is a most extraordinary memoir of spiritual growth, commitment, and unmatched courage, featuring a woman who moves the cause of human existence in uncharted directions.
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