In the cold mountains of northwestern Zamora, an area with one of the highest densities of wolves in the Iberian Peninsula, young Fernando Rodríguez Tábara keeps his livestock safe from the fearsome Canis lupus with a squadron of guard dogs. They are mastiffs with pincer-like jaws and armored necks with spiked collars.
Their model of attack prevention has become an example in the face of the predator threat.
Technical Data Original title: El País Semanal. Mastines en tierra de lobos
Shooting Place: Zamora, Spain
Cover and Magazine Nº: 2.313
Production Co: The Kids Are Right
Text Editor: Pablo de Llano
Shot on: 120mm Film and Digital
Color: Color and B/W