The raven and wolf are linked together in the MN wilderness
There are two species of wildlife that I consistently associate with wilderness. Within these wild environments, which include northern Minnesota, exist gray wolves -- their tracks in the snow revealing their haunts and their startling howls piercing the night air. Yet it is the wolf, an animal that summons its strength and shrewdness in order to survive intense hunger and cold during long and brutal winters, that frequently scans the sky -- of all things -- for food, foe, and friend.
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