Spirt Of The
The spirit of the timber
wolf is captured in this unique and majestic sculpture. Polyresin.
Polyresin. 7" x 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" high.
Understanding The Native American Wolf Spirit
Wolves and Native Americans at one time lived in mutual harmony! The wolf has great spiritual significance to Native American Indians and they were not seen at all as an enemy. The wolf has patience, great intelligence and is a keen hunter. When a Native American was told that he hunted like a wolf, this was considered a great compliment. When a Native American was told that his warrior ability was like that of the wolf, this was considered a very high compliment.
A wolf has a keen since of his or her environment and can detect very small changes. They seem to sense the unseen. With very sharp hearing and eye sight, the wolf in a pack can hunt animals ten times it's size and weight. They can move very quickly and very silently. The can run up to 40 miles per hour and run like that for as long as twenty minutes. The wolf is able to sustain life with little food when that is needed and can travel vast and great distances. In a pack, they plan their hunting activity. Dogs are descendants of wolfs and wolfs are a friend of all mankind not an enemy.
Of The Timber Wolf $45.00
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