Before Europeans arrived in the Pacific Northwest rainforest, deer, wolves, elk and man lived in balance. This story follows a single pack of wolves in the pristine wilderness of what we now call the Olympic Mountains and the Hoh River valley as they give birth, raise their young, fight for survival, and endure as part of the majestic web of life in this very special place.
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About the Author
G. Lowell Tollefson, a former philosophy professor with a background in English literature, spent a number of years in the Pacific Northwest. He now lives and writes in New Mexico.