Ten years after a successful reintroduction program brought wolves back into Yellowstone after an absence of 70 years, the dust is beginning to settle. However, a new and problematic issue is emerging: the once hated wolves are now beloved. Thousands of people come to watch and photograph them each year. But can the wolves? newfound popularity be too much of a good thing? Join biologist Doug Smith as he fights to keep people from inadvertently loving wolves to death.
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