Wolfs’ howl – creator of the Wind
continuing songs and fog rolls in
An ally of our Grandmother Moon
at dusk, in her fullness – attunes
Teacher of Spirits’ guidance dream
protective wisdom in glowing eyes gleam
The darkness within hunted to seek
intuition to survive in a future bleak
Hear my CRY, united with the PACK
extinct is forever, we can’t bring them back!
This shot is from the Julian Wolf Center for Science and Education in California, it was taken before the devastating fires in July of 2002, where a female Mexican wolf and her 3 pups were lost. Their mission is to increase the awareness and understanding of the importance of all wildlife by focusing on the Gray Wolf and it’s subspecies of Alaskan and Mexican Gray Wolves. Founded in 1977 and located in the Cuyamaca Mountains south of Julian, about 50 miles east of SanDiego, it also serves as a regional Biological Field Station teaching the role of predators within the context of their ecosystem.
Dispel the FEAR of the “Big Bad Wolf”, it is a myth perpetuated by the greed of MAN raising domestic cattle and sheep for your dinner table…