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Taken in Quebec, Canada
Nikon D3001/200F5.6ISO 640EV 0.00Patter MeteringNo Flash300 MMHand Held
animals, timber wolf, forest, nature, trees, wildlife, wolves
Beautiful capture Michael!
Thank you very much :-)
– Michael Cummings
Beautiful faces, very well captured. A breeding pair?
I am not sure about that Laurie, it’s not as easy to tell the Alpha pair with this pack. We did not see the early spring signs last spring.
Nice shot Mike; they seem to blend in well with the environment
Hi MarkMan you are such a lucky soul to live so close to the Wolves!
With Xmass I am 2 weeks in Montreal..Is the Park open round that timeGreetings from The HagueJohn
Mark? It should be accessable during Christmas
Gorgeous animals, well captured. We are waiting for them to wonder down to eastern South Dakota – Shouldn’t be much longer as Puma’s (mountain lions) have been reappearing in significant number; So I am hoping our canine friends are not too far behind.
double beautiful Michael
Michael!!!! Gorgeous, and yes,they do look like trouble:) I am so looking forward to your new round of wolf photos:))) This next year, I will be completing my wolf drawing:)))
Thank you very much Catherine