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  • Jackie M. 4 weeks ago

    I don’t care if it’s Christmas; I’m not sharing my dinner with ravens…………

  • Bonnie Asher

    “I found my chew stick” Merry Christmas!

  • Stig Hansen

    Merry Christmas to Judy and family. And Jim – we love your nature pictures-

  • Nova Lockhart

    Holiday Feast for the wolves and ravens :-) Can’t begin to tell you how much joy these videos bring me…. Wishing you peace, love, joy and good health… Please consider continuing with these magical videos <3

  • Mary Luke

    Jim, you are a wonderful person. Thanks,

  • Cheryl 4 weeks ago

    Merry Christmas Jim and Family and all who are involved with Nature365.

  • James Hagen

    Merry Christmas Jim

  • Kathy 4 weeks ago

    So the wolves are able to have a Christmas feast as the ravens watch on waiting for the leftovers. It’s part of the life cycle of nature. Very intriguing part of nature as it shows how it is the survival of the fittest.

  • Mandy Sue

    Thank you for the gift of Nature’s beauty. Merry Christmas, Jim

  • Merlyne Smith

    this has been an amazing gift, thank you

  • Tim Radke

    Passez le pain si vous plait.

  • Victoria Cramer

    Merry Christmas feast… Merry Christmas Mr. Brandenburg and friends.

  • Gary Broughton

    Take out.
    Merry Christmas

  • Marlene Platcek

    Merry Christmas Jim

  • Marcia 4 weeks ago

    Love these wolf videos. Thank you and Joyeux Noël!!!

  • Eilie Brown

    Merry Christmas Jim Brandenburg – <3

  • To each his prize. Those ravens have more personality than you can shake a stick at.

  • Anonymous 1 year ago

    Life’s Christmas present to the wolves!

  • Depicting that nothing is wasted (unlike our species.)

  • Luellen 1 year ago

    I think they will get some good nourishment from the bones. My dog really enjoys bones.

  • The dinner and the dined upon. So it goes. We’re having duck this year.

  • Love this-drama in the north country. Maybe that wolf will suck out the marrow as the leg looks as though there are pretty slim pickins.

  • Enough with the wolves eating the carcass… It seems like you’ve lost your vision or creativity and can’t find anything else of beauty or interest. Or is this just a fixed camera shooting footage? Sorry to be so harsh, but I don’t understand your intent.

    • Rhonda 1 year ago

      Ummm…it’s nature and one of the wolves main efforts in life is finding and eating food.

    • Anonymous 1 year ago

      Nature is whatever in front of us at the time. Apparently you can’t appreciate the Beauty of what takes place in the wild. Perhaps you would be better off watching something from Hollywood ?? js

    • Jeff 1 year ago

      Jerry C Many viewers believe it is blasphemous to offer any sort of criticism of these wonderful videos. I don’t necessarily agree, and over the course of this year I have occasionally defended those who have chosen to critique a video in this comment section, most often involving man-made sound effects. I believe viewers have the right to voice their opinions on the project, as long as the opinions are constructive and respectful. Your comment crosses the line. Nothing wrong with your opinion that there have been too many videos showing wolves eating carcasses lately (although I disagree). However, for you to suggest that Jim and/or Laurent have lost their vision or creativity is patently absurd. Seriously? Have you not been paying attention? Pure ignorance to say something so ridiculous. It’s not just harsh, as you point out, it’s personal, it’s vindictive, and it’s trash talk . . . better suited for the sports pages. No place for it here. And no, I’m not the comment section police, just somebody who feels very strongly that the creators of this awesome free program deserve a lot more respect than what you have shown them with your snide remarks. And by the way, Jim is passionate about wolves, in case you hadn’t noticed. For many viewers the wolf videos are the highlight of the series. Jim gives us a rare glimpse into their daily lives, not in a zoo but in their natural habitat. How special is that.

  • Joan Baustian 1 year ago

    Beautiful work. Merry Christmas. Sister Joan

  • I am just discovering this project now. What a great Christmas present! Thank you so much :-D

  • Donna Dacy 1 year ago

    Chistmas dinner. Not much meat on those legs, it appears. Thanks for sharing. Joyeux Noel!

  • I just love watching the wolves.

  • portelli 1 year ago

    du premier il ne restait plus rien, il en fallait bien un deuxième pour fêter NOEL

  • Kiki Sonnen 1 year ago

    Merry Christmas!

  • Joyeux Festin !

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