“In New Mexico's Gila Wilderness, 106 Mexican gray wolves may be some of the most monitored wildlife on the planet. Collared, microchipped, and transported by helicopter ... once a symbol of the wild, these wolves have come to illustrate the demise of wilderness in this Human Age. ... And yet, the howl of an unregistered wolf—half of a rogue pair—splits the night. If you know where to look, you'll find that much remains untamed, and even today, wildness can remain a touchstone for our relationship with the rest of nature.” That’s journalist and adventurer Jason Mark writing in his new book “Satellites in the High Country: Searching for the Wild in the Age of Man.” He says that wildness is wily as a coyote: you have to be willing to track it to understand the least thing about it. Today on the program Jason Mark joins us for the hour.