Protecting Our Pack

Protecting Our Pack

"Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom" played a critical role in changing public attitudes about animals, including the wolf. In our featured episode, “Wolf Pack,” host Marlin Perkins explains how the notion of a “big bad wolf” is a myth. In reality, wolves are an important part of our ecosystem and actively avoid humans. Separating fact from fiction is one of the ways that “Wild Kingdom” taught millions of viewers about our natural world. The legacy of conservation education continues today with updated introductions to the classic episodes on RFD-TV, new content on social media and digital channels and special appearances with the show’s current host, Peter Gros.

Animal Spotlight: Wolves

Featured Episode: "Wolf Pack"

At a den in the Canadian Rockies, timber wolf pups begin life depending on their mother for protection and nourishment. She in turn depends on the pack to bring her food while she remains with the pups.

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Wild Kingdom Wolf Encounters

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Coyote Country

Coyote Country

Filmed in the western United States, this species ...
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Computers for Ocean Predators

Computers for Ocean Predators

A 10-foot shark in the Pacific; a giant octopus wi...
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Bear Cubs of Painted Canyon

Bear Cubs of Painted Canyon

This is a look at the life of the wolf and the bob...
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Cougar Family

Cougar Family

This episode will film the adventures of puma kitt...

Helping You Protect Your Kingdom

Since 1909, we’ve offered insurance solutions to help people protect what matters most. And you know what’s really wild? We’re as excited about it now as we were a century ago, because protecting both the animal kingdom and the kingdom our customers call home is what we do.

Hungry Like the Wolf

Did you know wolves can eat up to 20 pounds of food in one sitting? Their big appetites are due to food scarcity. Wolves can go many days before finding their next meal, so they eat big meals to prepare.