Early Book Reviews: Wolf Sanctuary: The Wolves of Speedwell Forge by Chuck Rineer

Wolf Sanctuary: The Wolves of Speedwell Forge by Chuck Rineer is both a photography collection and a non fiction book about the wolves of Speedwell Forge Wolf Sanctuary.It is currently scheduled for release on April 28 2018.

Speedwell Forge Wolf Sanctuary is a refuge for displaced wolves in the rolling hills of Pennsylvania. Through the images readers can experience wolves at work and play, and encounter their howls and growls close up. Since 2007, Chuck Rineer has photographed the packs in their natural habitat, displaying a connection and respect for their way of life that few of us will experience. See the hidden details of wolf life, and go behind-the-scenes of this special sanctuary. Learn how the newest wolves are integrated into the packs, something rarely seen by human eyes, and follow all the wolves through the different seasons of the year. Full of stunning photographs, stories, and insights into pack behavior, this is a must-have book for those who have been captivated by wolves from afar and long for the chance to see these majestic animals up close and personal.

Wolf Sanctuary: The Wolves of Speedwell Forge has some wonderful photographs and very interesting  information about this sanctuary, it staff, and the wolves. It was a well organized and worded collection of information- with some pictures that might seem commonplace, but others that are startling. My daughter is wolf obsessed, and I have always been a fan, so I have done my fair share of wolf research. However, getting to see the current state of a wolf sanctuary, and some of the work and people involved behind the scenes was moving. I enjoyed getting to see all that is involved in the lives of the wolves, and what goes into keeping them safe and happy without encroaching on their natural behaviors. I have a feeling this might become a household favorite, but fear that requests for a road trip will soon follow. 

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