Living with Wolves at Camp Ripley in Minnesota

A must read, wonderful story about living with Camp Ripley, a 53,000 acre National Guard facility in Minnesota.

One of the biggest surprises has been the wolves’ remarkable tolerance for humans, despite truck traffic and loud artillery fire that frequently shakes buildings miles from the camp.

“Wolves didn’t care,” said David Mech, senior research scientist with the U.S. Geological Survey, who helped establish the program. “It was certainly contrary to what anyone would think.”

So why can't people be more tolerant of wolves? No small irony that wolves find sanctuary on a military base.

Read about it here.