Luis Miguel Domínguez, director of the Cabinet of Natural History says, "I know and admire wolves, and I know that they embody a great truth: teamwork makes them invincible and even more free and powerful". We want to share that idea and improve the wolf's preservation status and its habitats.
Three documentaries that bring us closer to wolves.
Three speakers who will share their love of wolves with us.
Three excellent opportunities to discover and learn to love wolves.
Three opportunities for discussion with people who share our concerns and a special sensibility towards wolves.
This film cycle features three of the most prestigious international productions in which the WOLF is the star. After each screening, the guest speaker will give a presentation closely linked to the film and his/her research into this majestic animal.
Far too much noise has been made about the wolf, an animal neither more nor less important than any other but which has long been a victim of both physical and ideological persecution. Although the Iberian wolf has shared the land with Iberia's human population for centuries, it remains a perfect stranger to us. This endemic species deserves protection and understanding but receives neither. Through this activity, and with the guidance of three of the leading experts on the Iberian wolf, we will learn the truth about this great social mammal, its habits, the problems it faces and the vital role it plays in Spain's ecosystems.