NB: for more background, the humans of this question are the direct ancestors of the druids from that question.
I am building the timeline of a druidic society which rose to dominate the forest they lived in, thank to their discovery of magic.
In particular, their ancestors discovered how to use mana to communicate with a sub-species of wolves.
Humans, like wolves, need to consume one specific species of berries which replaces the ability to see normal blue light with that of seeing mana. Once they do, skilled individuals become able to communicate telepathically, provided that they maintain eye contact. Note that this also works in the dark because "vision" of mana is not related to actual visible light. Naturally, wolves and humans can also use other forms of communication, but this telepathy has been the initial ingredient needed for both packs to understand each other.
The two groups cooperate for mutual protection and hunting, without one rising to tame or dometicate the other.
In this scenario, what specific hunting strategies could the symbiotic group use to take advantage of this cooperation?
Our usage of hunting dogs suggests that wolves could be used to track, flush or retrieve preys, leaving the killing part to humans. I am not certain however that this strategy has historically been adopted by humans prior to domestication and breeding into a docile species.