Created 7-Dec-12
Modified 12-Jul-14
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Tribute Song "Wolf 06"


Shot Dead - 12/06/12

At the time of her death, Yellowstone's '06 Female was the most famous, most photographed, most beloved wolf in the world.
I first photographed her when she was two years old. She was out on her own and had just made her first known solo elk kill. This was a unique accomplishment for any two year old wolf or any wolf for that matter, male or female. Since then she had gained the attention of wolfwatchers from around the world. Her independence, intelligence, and leadership set her apart. She was my favorite. I will miss her the most of all the wolves that have gone before.

You can read her Obituary in The New York Times here:

It is hard to digest the ignorance that has led to this tragic event. The reckless, irresponsible stewardship of these missrepresented animals is unacceptible.

To help transition from mourning her death, to celibrating her life. I have partnered with renowned guitarist John Sheldon who has written a beautiful piece in tribute to her memory titled, "Wolf 06".

"I wanted to make a tribute. I'll never know if I connected to some great wolf spirit, or just the wolf spirit in me, but what's the difference? The piece is my offering to wildlife and wolf lovers of the world. It's what I have to give." – John Sheldon, Composer of "Wolf 06"

It is now the soundtrack to the slideshow.

I have also added thirteen previously unreleased photos to this gallery.

In addition, I have made a post on my blog about my experience with the '06 Female over the years, and since her death. I invite you to take a read.

** All photographs in this gallery are copyright protected and may not be copied, screen grabbed, clipped, or used in any way without written permission from Jimmy Jones Photography. **

Photographs in this gallery can be purchased thru this website by selecting the photo and clicking "Buy" in the upper right corner.

Thank You All for your heart felt comments!

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Guestbook for In Memory of '06 Female Wolf / 832f / She Wolf
Nathalie Dahouas(non-registered)
Just finished watching documentary on that Geo Wild on She Wolf and moved to tears. Her spirit displays a strength that is so rare. I real fighter that supported her family/pack. Heartbroken by unnecessary death. Thank you for capturing and sharing her tenacious and indomitable spirit through your photography.
deborah kremins(non-registered)
aloha from Maui!
thank you so much for your beautiful images and for keeping the spirit of this beautiful animal alive.
Beautiful story. Super sad ending, your pictures are truly amazing. She is beautiful.
Evelyne Leblond(non-registered)
pourquoi tuer la beauté, la perfection, pourquoi ? l'humain ne voit-il que par la destruction ?
it's sad, so sad.
see you later in the sky, my beauty, where all is perfect
Gene Estensen(non-registered)
I watched her in the Lamar. I am fortunate to be one of those who actually saw her in the wild. Now, I follow the saga of 755M. I got a good look at him in September of 2014. The best wishes for his health and safety.
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