Obviously by my name you can tell I have a thing for wolves. It goes a little deeper than that. As a Pagan I believe we are connected to the divine universe around us, we are part of it and it’s within us all.
As a Celtic Shaman I also believe that we are drawn to certain spirits that support us through our journey in this lifetime. Those connections promote our strengths and tell us a little about our weakness. The more we understand our inner nature, the more we can make conscious choices in our every day life to take advantage of opportunities when they arise, or be prepared to consciously make positive choices when we’re faced with our weaknesses.
For me, one of those spiritual animals is the Wolf. We have walked together in spirit since I was young. And in the physical world as well. Here I’d like to share some of the information I had on the old version of Springwolf.com. I’m working on it, so bear with me. I’ve updated a few posts, added some new things and shared some new resources.
This is not a complete list of every wolf article here on Springwolf’s Creations. But you can find them through my category listing for: Nature
|Nature and Characteristics
|Merlin von Habben Haus
History, Stories, Myths and Legends
|The Mystical Wolf|
|The Video Wolf|
We are learning more about the wolf in modern times thanks to the efforts of the U.S. Park Service to re-introduce the wolf back into Yellowstone National Park. You can follow the Wolves in Yellowstone on the National Park Services website.
There are many wonderful educational Wolf websites available. My most favorite site is the International Wolf Center. They have reliable information, quote their sources and provide links to additional sites that can also provide well researched and academic information.
The National Wolfwatcher Coalition is a 501c3 nonprofit, all volunteer organization. They ‘educate, advocate, and participate’ for the long term recovery and the preservation of wolves based on the best available science and the principles of democracy. Theu are a moderate organization that seeks to (1) find common ground among all stakeholders and (2) encourage solutions to roadblocks that challenge wolf recovery.
And you might also like Northern Lights Wildlife Wolf Center in British Columbia. They promote wolf and bear conservation throughout the natural environment. We value the role these carnivores play in nature. We strive to provide a one-of-a-kind, quality experience to the public as we support conservation through education.
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