I had a bit of troubles with hunting scene, mostly because it was telling me something important without much back up material. By some reason, the wolf that adopted a human is dead-bent on her acting as a human. That’s something that is not intuitive, but we skip to it to killing a female (deer, I assume), the mechanics of which is not really interesting. I would suggest blending the hunt and the exploration of the past in this scene, beefing it up, making it a discussion with some cool dialogue.
The second part of the chapter works far better for me, because it invokes emotions, and is easier to understand. It might be more recognizable too... so, you can always start there, and set up the hunting scene as a memory when Fyr grieves for her mother later.