With more and more wolves invading the lower 48, trappers are bound to catch one by accident in their coyote trappers.

With wolf tags hard to come by, most wolves will have to be released back into the wild.

It might sound like a scary situation, but most wild animals can be released without any harm being done to the animal, or to the person releasing the animal.

This video is a good example of how to release an animal without any injury to the animal, while staying safe yourself.

You might never find yourself in a situation that causes for releasing a timber wolf, but this video is a good example that trapping does not harm animals.

This wolf ran off like nothing had ever happened.

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Jason Houser is an avid traditional bowhunter from Central Illinois who killed his first deer when he was nine years old. A full-time freelance writer since 2008, he has written for numerous national hunting magazines. Jason has hunted big game in 12 states with his bow, but his love will always be white-tailed deer and turkeys. He considers himself lucky to have a job he loves and a family who shares his passion for the outdoors. Jason writes full time and is on the pro staff of two archery companies; in his free time, he fishes and traps as much as possible.