Proud of out First Nation... Canada Day July 01/2018 151 years young
Enjoy your evening Creator Blessings... Carol Anne..
It's amazing to witness the symbiotic relationship betweem wolves and ravens - both with old, wise, souls and immense respect for one another.
A rare occurrence for such a strong and powerful friendship to happen, and to be maintained for thousands of years, in the animal/mammal kingdom.
They are both social creatures and wolves and ravens develop attachments to one another, and play together, with the raven teasing the wolf so it gives chase.
Although wolves were missing from Yellowstone for decades, their ancient relationship was ingrained deep within the wolves' and raven's DNA and as soon as the wolves returned to the park the friendship instantly clicked back into place.
Ravens often lead the wolves to prey, especially if the prey is too tough for the raven's beaks, so the wolves break the prey's skin and show gratitude by leaving the ravens the carcass/leftovers - they are known to eat together on occasions.
Ravens are generally fearful of carcasses, however, that fear diminishes in the presence of the wolves.
The bond they share is so strong that ravens not only alert wolves to potential prey, they also warn them of impending danger. The sharp eyes and ears of the raven act as an extra set of eyes and ears for the wolves. It is believed that these hunting partners can even recognise one another's calls...