“One of my earliest assignments as an endangered species biologist,… young, wet behind the ears was to be the Wolf Recovery Project leader. When we reintroduced wolves, it was interesting. My experience, 30 years as an endangered species biologist, is the kind of folks that get involved in working on wolves, work on wolves because they love wolves. That was retired U.S. Fish and Wildlife biologist, Ted Kuch. I wonder how the Rispoli family from New Jersey feels about wolves. Mathew and Elissa Rispoli and their child were sleeping in their tent in Canada’s Banff National Park when a wolf suddenly attacked Mathew. With the help of nearby camper, Russ Fee, the family was able to scare the animal away.