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Taken in Quebec, Canada
This competitor just did not get the message he wasn’t wanted, she made her feelings known, but some guys just don’t listen.
Nikon D3001/800F6.3ISO 200EV 0.0Pattern MeteringNo Flash400 MMMonopodWB Sun
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Love your wolfy shots and great title!!! I will have to go through your wonderful portfolio you have many beautiful captures of nature.
Thank you very much Marija
– Michael Cummings
Wonderful capture Michael, love the slightly bowed head of the incoming male seeking acceptance, must have been good to watch their behaviour.
It was fascinating to see how they interact, some of the confrontations however got very ferocious. The female got her paw hurt in one of them. I hope she will be ok, she is not a young animal.
Thank you Rick
Outstanding take, now who is the boss.
The Alpha Male did finally mate with her but no guarantee of fertilization. The interloper was getting bolder. I just hope he catches them message. They are close in size but the Alpha is a bit bigger. One could get hurt badly if it continues and social lines are crossed.
You are so lucky! I wish I was there!
Thank you Lee-Anne. Have you checked to see if there and nature reserves in your area. The furthest northwest I know of from me is on the Muskoka area. Still quite a distance from Kenora. Canada is just too big a country sometimes.
What a great capture! Sometimes you just have to raise the hackles and bare the teeth to get the point across these days.
Or grab a big frying pan and whack em
Mike:Breath taking 1fav
Thank You very much John :-)
Thank you Erika
Excellent interactive shot Michael, great timing!
Thank you Martin. She gave me lots of opportunities. She definitely did not like this wolf’s attentions
LOL… nice capture, brilliant capture. thanks to you and Your 400mm (prime?) . thanks !!
Actually Electron I use a 200-400mm F4 lens. I find it more versatile then a prime and is almost as sharp
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