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The "Wild Dog Whisperer": Rescuing Wolves in California

In a desert valley not so far from Los Angeles, Tonya Littlewolf has built a refuge for wolves born in capitivity—and for herself.
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Wolf Mountain from Sam Price-Waldman on Vimeo.

This short documentary takes you into the world of Tonya Littlewolf, a Native American woman who started a sanctuary for wolves in California's Lucerne Valley. Littlewolf, who has been rescuing wolves all her life, speaks about her bond with the wolves and their significance of wolves in her life and culture.

Directed and Produced by:
Dan Duran, Brendan Nahmias, Sam Price-Waldman

Cinematography and Editing by:
Dan Duran and Sam Price-Waldman

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