Meet the Pack


Here is a brief description of the wolves we have come across so far there is the Alpha male, old grey.
Old Gray

The alpha female red neck for her patch of red fur on the back of her neck.

RedNeck

Next is Poser, this wolf posed for us for 45 min, dark red coat.

Poser

And then there is Blondie for its light color coat.

Blondie

Baby wolf

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Wolf Contact


This Picture was taken July 7,2006, this wolf was about 20 feet away from Stacey, I was a bit behind her when she spotted him/her I was able to get a few picture’s before he/she took off.
Stacey and I have had many encounters now with wolves, not once have we ever felt threatened we have had encounters with 3 wolves at once and have came in contact with (the so called Dangerous lone wolves) most of the time there tails are between there legs a sign of being scared. We have a great respect for wild animals and would never put ourselves or the animal in any type of danger.
In Prince Rupert we have many wolves who when not in a group (lone wolf) will venture in to town and have been known to snatch small animals or go through garbage but not once have there ever been an attack on a human. But people still are afraid, being cautious is the rule of thumb, being scarred is a bit over on the side of fear mongering. the wolves on the coast seem small just about the same size as german sheppered dog. Wolf

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