They can die of broken hearts, show tenderness to their young and elderly, and their packs are led aby couples, with the key decisions made by females. They play, they pretend and they predate.
They are more complex than we ever knew and more like us than we ever imagined.
You\'ll meet Oh-Six, the she-wolf whose bold hunting technique astounded the most experienced biologists, Casanova who succeeded in luring his love away from her pack, and Druid alpha male 21, the magnanimous and compassionate leader.
Ultimately, Radinger shows how much we can learn from these beautiful and mysterious creatures, and how much there is to gain from emulating the wisdom of wolves.
\'This book is the result of her two decades of close observation; part impassioned memoir, part natural history study, and part photo gallery. Her access to her subjects is extraordinary\' Sunday Times