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Jamie Dutcher with wolf.
Photo by Jim and Jamie Dutcher
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LIVE RETURNS TO GOODMAN THEATRE TO CELEBRATE A NEW AGE OF EXPLORATION
The Hidden Life of Wolves
Jim and Jamie Dutcher
Filmmakers + Wildlife Activists
Mon, Apr 7, 2014, 7 p.m.
“We thought if people could see the way these animals lived and played together, and witness their subtle acts of compassion and care, perhaps some of the fear and misunderstanding swirling around wolves would dissipate”—Jim and Jamie Dutcher
In a tented camp in Idaho, the Dutchers spent six years observing the social behavior of the Sawtooth wolves—as documented in a series of Emmy Award-winning films. Recognizing the need to educate the public about the alarming eradication of these animals, the couple founded the nonprofit organization Living with Wolves in 2005.
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