"I think that Isle Royale is one of the most remarkable large carnivore studies anywhere on the planet."
– Doug Smith, Yellowstone Wolf Biologist

The Cabin at Isle Royale
Scientists have been studying the interactions and interdependence of wolves and moose at Michigan's Isle Royale National Park for half a century. It is the longest continuous predator-prey study ever conducted. Filmmaker George Desort spent over four years with the researchers gathering material for Fortunate Wilderness.

To learn more about the study, visit John Vucetich's The Wolves and Moose of Isle Royale Website. For information on the film, contact George Desort.