Few people have ever seen wolves in the wild, yet these shy, elusive animals have never ceased to capture the imagination of people through the ages and around the world. Mankind has always had a love-hate relationship with these highly social and family oriented animals. Over time, through fairy tales, legends and myths and in a bid to explain the unknown, the wolf has received bad press. This book first published in 2004 was written to dispel myths and present data about wolves as established by scientists and naturalists. Conservation is highlighted and an introduction is made to Haliburton Forest and its world class Wolf Centre.