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Published on Sep 29, 2014
The return of predators in the Northeast will reflect a more fully functional and wild ecosystem, with keystone species fulfilling a dynamic and evolving ecological function in the changing environments that comprise the region. We envision populations of wolves, bears and cougars in numbers that will allow them to re-establish their critical role in nature and ensure their long-term survival.
There are ecological, ethical, and economical reasons for facilitating recovery in the Northeast. We strive to ensure that all stakeholders become active and informed stewards in this mission. Thus, with the introduction of this video, we seek to build positive relationships with residents, organizations, state and federal agencies, and federal legislators in an effort to begin exploring the vital issues that directly impact the future of the wilds in the Northeast.
Thanks to the numerous supporters for the photographs used in this video.
Narrated by Brooks Fahy Editing by Paul Garrett Music composed by Tom Hedden Photography by Diane Bentivegna, Larry Master, Jon Way and Maggie Howell