This experience as a soldier made Shaun’s body and mind
strong. This prepared him for the tough life of living as a wolf.
After the army, Shaun returned to his love of wild animals and
became a wolf researcher.
He first learned about wolves from Native American Indian
researchers who studied and respected wolves.
wolves from Native American Indian researchers.
He spent seven years living with Indians and learning about
wolves and how they communicate.
After living in America, Shaun returned home to England and
began working with wolves in a wildlife park.
America, Shaun returned to England.
In the park one of the wolves had three babies. For some
unknown reason, the mother wolf rejected these babies.
This was Shaun’s chance to start doing unique animal research.
Shaun became their mother, brother, teacher, and leader.
become the wolves’ student. He became the wolves’ mother, brother, teacher, and leader.
He first taught these young wolves how to speak like a wolf.
Wolves make many different sounds to communicate. Shaun
learned all about this wolf language from the Native Americans.
Some wolf sounds are defensive. These keep other enemy wolf
packs away and prevent fights over food. Some wolf sounds are
a call to bring the wolf pack together. Other wolf sounds are
locating sounds. Each wolf has a unique locating sound, which is
like a name.
When the wolf pack hears this sound they know where to find
their brother or sister.