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Wolf Mountain

Length: 7 min.
Age Level: 8+
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Wolf Mountain is a beautiful portrait of Tonya Littlewolf who rescues wolves at her California desert sanctuary. Tonya looks after fourteen majestic wolves, all rescued from breeders. As she cares for them, she questions - would they be better off in the wild? Her spiritual and emotional connection with these misunderstood and peaceful animals is unmistakable.

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