Jim and Jamie Dutcher spent six years living with the wolves in order to observe and document the behavior of these wild animals. The couple lived in a tent with no running water or electricity within the world’s largest wolves enclosure located in Idaho.
The Dutchers got a unique insight into the life of the pack. They were allowed to get really close to the predators and established an incredible bond with the animals. The couple made plenty of unique photographs of wolves in their natural habitat. They also filmed a documentary aimed to dispel myths about wolves being ruthless monsters and to show them as highly intelligent creatures capable of love and compassion.