It is difficult to gauge Wola attitudes to their region’s various plant communi­ ties, other than indirectly. They are not familiar with discussing ecological issues openly, expressing their thoughts and feelings in other less accessible ways. Nonetheless these are evident to some extent in their practices, in how they attempt, or not, to manage natural vegetation, and they are also dis­ cernible in some of the supernatural beliefs to which they subscribe, in which are detectable various contradictory ideas not readily amenable to verbal expression. This chapter substantiates these assertions, arguing that it is pos­ sible to discern something about Wola attitudes to primary forest from the fear they express in its believed demon denizens, and more directly, to access their perspective on secondary successions through their approach to the management and manipulation of regrowth.