Wolves are a part of Wisconsin’s wild legacy…

Wolves have an amazing olfactory sense. They will blow on the bed where a White-tailed deer slept causing all the particles to flow up and into their olfactory sense. By doing this the wolf can tell if the White-tailed deer is healthy or not. A wolf can tell if the tick that fell off the … Continue reading Wolves are a part of Wisconsin’s wild legacy…

Missing

The Shasta Pack California’s seven gray wolves are missing, according to reports by the San Francisco Chronicle. California Department of Fish and Wildlife biologist Pete Figura said the wolves, known as the Shasta Pack, could have migrated to a new region with more prey, but that it was unusual for the pack hunters to abandon … Continue reading Missing

Gray wolves living in Wisconsin’s northern forest captured in video

Video is of Echo Valley Wolf Pack published on February 21, 2017 - 45 minutes in length showing multiple members of the pack over a four hour period. Best clip https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Y6gdWGTtmCU&feature=youtu.be There were eight wolves visible in the YouTube Video from Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. Photographs taken from video show that wolves are weary … Continue reading Gray wolves living in Wisconsin’s northern forest captured in video

In Wisconsin wolf hunters plan to run dogs on wolves during mating season…

Wisconsin wolf hunters plan to run dogs on wolves during mating season.  January and February are prime breeding times for wolves. Wolves are very protective of their families at this time of the year.  In 2006 while tracking wolves I found signs of the alpha pair's mating ritual.  On a snowy north wood road I … Continue reading In Wisconsin wolf hunters plan to run dogs on wolves during mating season…

Yellowstone wolf researcher Kira Cassidy highlights the value of what old individuals can teach us…

https://youtu.be/Y5M7e0PWFtk Aging in the wild: lessons from animals about the value of growing old -  Kira Cassidy - TEDxBozeman What do wolves and societal attitudes toward elderly humans have in common? Kira Cassidy relates her research on Yellowstone wolves with other wildlife studies focused on understanding the value of older individuals in group-living species. Cassidy … Continue reading Yellowstone wolf researcher Kira Cassidy highlights the value of what old individuals can teach us…

Life and Death Among Yellowstone’s Wolves

The big screen fills with images. A lone male wolf looks up a snowy slope. On that slope stand the seven wolves of the Lamar Canyon pack, staring back at him. Suddenly, the three Lamar adults and four pups, tails raised, sprint down the hillside toward the loner. The big screen fills with images. A … Continue reading Life and Death Among Yellowstone’s Wolves