From Central Oregon Daily News:
A new exhibit showcasing wolves opens Saturday at the High Desert Museum.
“Wolves: Photography by Ronan Donovan” gives visitors a close-up view of gray wolves through the lens of a National Geographic explorer and photographer, and provides an inside look at the daily lives of the wild canines.
“You know what are they like on a day-to-day basis? How do they hunt and how do they live together and family units? How do they play? So those are two major factors in the exhibit, both the history of eradication and efforts to bring them back from extinction. And then also, what is it like to be a wolf? You know what is it like to live in Yellowstone in a wolf pack,” said Hayley Brazier, Donald M. Kerr Curator at the museum.