Nice to hear some good news about the healing of our planet. This reminds me, too, of an earlier post, “How Wolves Change Rivers”: https://laurabruno.wordpress.com/2014/02/16/how-wolves-change-rivers/
…and, of course, Women Who Run with the Wolves. Mostly, I’m pleased that Wolf Medicine is making its way into places of extinction. Their strength and resilience bring hope that we can find healing in other areas, too. Thanks, Cnawan!
Originally posted on Ethereal Nature:
Mexican Wolf Population Now Tops 100 in US
15 years ago I led a small group who carried the Wolf energy from Minnesota down to New Mexico to do a blessing ritual for the Mexican Gray Wolves that were being reintroduced into the wild.
Minnesota at one time sheltered the last remaining wild wolves in the lower 48 states, so it seemed fitting that we give some spiritual assistance to this noble effort.
Thus, I was so pleased to read the article linked below, that tells of how the wolves, after a very rough start, have been flourishing.
This is just wonderful news to share for all those who feel a connection to our animal brothers and sisters.
The Mexican wolf (Canis lupus baileyi), a smaller subspecies of gray wolf, was hunted out of the wild in the United States by the 1970s.
Once driven to the brink extinction in the United…
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