These are some images from February that I found on this blog: http://www.isleroyalewolf.org/
More information regarding these wolves and the project that these photos are from can be found here:
Some more updates on the wolves at the International Wolf Center in Ely Minnesota. Check out the video to find out how the wolves are handling this year’s winter. During this cold spell, the wolves have had extra food resources, warm straw beds and fortunately, high pressure brings plenty of sun. They did extremely well and are very active.
Winter time is difficult for everyone not just humans. When winters become severe the Bison of Yellowstone National Park migrate to areas where they can find something to graze on. This can affect not just the Bison, but the cattle and the farmers. Check out this video to learn more:
Video from 2011:
For over 50 years researchers from Michigan Technological University have been studying the relationship between wolves and moose on Isle Royale, located in the middle of Lake Superior. This long term study continues to surprise us with new discoveries on how the natural world works. Hear the latest news from Assistant Professor John Vucetich, and learn more about why the fate of Isle Royale wolves may be in jeopardy.
Check out the latest development on this topic that was just recently posted on 12/13/2013:
The Internationl Wolf center in Ely, Minnesota is setting up a very unique and once in a lifetime opportunity for those that wish to get closer to wolves. I wish I could do this…. maybe I will.
We have one planet, one world, but if we all saw the world through her eyes, this world would be much better.
I am more of a dog person, but I like cats too. This kitty is sweet and her friend is too 😉
Not just a mans best friend but a womans as well. Moose is Amys blue tick coon hound and the most amazing dog I have ever met. These two are a team. Together the world will shake beneath their feet.