Summary - A Wolf Called RomeoNature writer Nick Jans first spotted the large tracks of a wolf while cross-country skiing near his home in Juneau, Alaska, in December Two days later, while relaxing in his hot tub, he caught a glimpse of the animal itself. Nick raced out to see him, and soon he and his wife, Sherrie, became infatuated with the beautiful black wolf. So did many others. The wolf was exceptionally friendly, appearing frequently and frolicking with dogs strolling with their owners in the shadow of the Mendenhall Glacier. The Jans were so infatuated that they cancelled a Christmas vacation on a Mexican beach, preferring to stay to see this newcomer.
'A Wolf Called Romeo' tells the remarkable story of a wolf and his human friends
Thank you! The story opens in the early winter of , just north of Juneau, Alaska, near Mendenhall Glacier. Two days later, he and his dogs ran across the creature: a good-sized, black-haired wolf, easily double his biggest dog, a barrel-chested Lab. The wolf was imposing, to be sure, but as personality or genetics or the alignment of the stars would have it, it was also crazy for dogs. Wolves, Jans explains, just strike the wrong note with many humans, a reminder that we do not sit alone atop the food chain.
Despite spending most of his adult life studying and photographing animals in the wildest parts of the Alaskan backcountry, Jans never expected that one day the backcountry would follow him to his own backyard. But there at the edges of suburban Juneau it does, in the form of a black wolf that steps out of the mist in the winter of
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