The Mexican gray wolf (a subspecies of its gray wolf cousin in the north) was considered a nuisance to early settlers of the American West, and the US government put a bounty on its head. By the 1960s, the animals were virtually extinct in the wild. This film chronicles the work of US Fish and Wildlife Service biologists to return this wolf to its original territory in the wild. Hosted by Kenny Loggins, who, along with his son Crosby, learns the story of one wolf’s journey back to wildness and the obstacles it faces along the way. Produced, Directed and Written by Craig Duff for Red Sky Productions and the National Wildlife Federation.