EPISODE 5: THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT THE WOLF

In 1997, 31 gray wolves were reintroduced into Yellowstone National Park. Today, their descendants roam nearly to the Pacific Ocean — and one of them lives within commuting distance of Seattle. His name is WA75M, and to survive he'll have to navigate the raw wound that divides urban and rural America. We follow ranchers, scientists, conservationists, and journalists to find out what a wild wolf is worth to his new neighbors -- and what that means for wilderness in the modern world. 

 
 

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