The persecution of BC wolves

Sunset pink sky and pink light reflected in water are divided by a wall of rocks on which a lone wolf walks.

Photo by Cheryl Alexander.

The death of Takaya brought into focus the full-spectrum persecution of wolves in British Columbia.

Cheryl Alexander studied and documented Takaya for years, unravelling the many mysteries surrounding his life. Her documentation of Takaya’s journey, his life on the islands and the development of their deep connection is presented alongside a stunning collection of her photography in her new book, Takaya: Lone Wolf.

Although Takaya’s story is special to us, his life is not any more meaningful or valuable than that of more than 1,000 other wolves that meet a similar fate each year in BC. Find out more about Cheryl’s new book and to take action for wolves in BC.

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