Wolves provides viewers with intimate and rarely seen footage of one of North America’s greatest predators: Canis lupus. Viewers soar over some of North America’s most beautiful wilderness, which was once, and is now again, natural habitat to the greatest of North America’s predators. The resulting story illustrates that wolves are making a comeback, not only physically through recovery project efforts across the continent, but also in changing attitudes around the planet.  A moving soundtrack that includes music by Native North Americans adds a poignant element to the film.

Length: 40:00

Film Details

  • Year Released: 1999
  • Date Released:
    March 1999
  • Alternate Titles:
  • Status: Inactive
  • 3D: No
  • Run Time: 31-50
  • Formats: 8/70, 15/70
  • Distributor:


  • Produced By:
    A National Wildlife Federation presentation in collaboration with Primesco Communications
  • Executive Producer: Christopher Palmer
  • Producer: Goulam Amarsy, Pietro Serapiglia
  • Director:  David Douglas
  • Associate Producer: 
  • Writer:  David Douglas, Mark Strange
  • Cinematography: Andrew Kitzanuk
  • Sound Editor: 
  • Visual Effects:
  • Music/Score:  Michael Cusson
  • Editor: Barbara Kerr
  • Narrator: Robbie Robertson
  • Other Credits:
  • Sponsors: Major Funding provided by Science North and Lowell Blake & Associates


  • Animals
  • Documentary
  • Ecology
  • Nature



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