NatGeo Pic of the Day


Click to enlargeAaron Huey, @Argonaut Photo

Wolves lead their offspring to new hunting grounds deep in Denali National Park, in Alaska. The Iron Creek pack’s breeding pair breaks trail through fresh snow, with the female leading, writes photographer Aaron Huey. “I watched the pack over the course of three days as they devoured a moose, and then I was lucky enough to catch them as they left that site, crossing this large, unbroken field of snow.”

So beautiful.

One thought on “NatGeo Pic of the Day

  1. Sköll says:

    Dispute over wolf cross-fostering in Catron County New Mexico https://nmpoliticalreport.com/2021/06/09/dispute-over-wolf-cross-fostering-in-catron-county/
    Once on the verge of extinction, the rarest subspecies of grey wolf in North America has seen its population nearly double over the last five years, with more gains being reported in 2020.
    Reintroduction of Mexican wolves to the American south-west began more than two decades ago. The program has pitted environmentalists, rural residents and wildlife managers against one another, prompting many legal challenges over management of the effort. The latest pending case involves a rewrite of the agency’s management plan for the animals. https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/mar/13/rarest-subspecies-of-wolf-in-north-america-sees-population-almost-double-in-five-years

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