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Tundra Wolf Pups on Esker Green

Photo copyright Terry Elliott - all rights reserved

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During late June & early July, the wild tundra wolf pups of the Canadian mainland Arctic will emerge from their sandy dens to begin experiencing the big world around them. Often pups are left alone for a week or more at a time while the adult wolves are out hunting for food. Unfortunately, starvation among wolf pups is a sad but common event on the barrenlands.

Click here to learn more about the 'Search for the Legendary Tundra Wolves' expedition on which this photo was taken


Click here to watch the BBC Animal Planet documentary - 'Caribou & Wolves - The Endless Dance' that was filmed on our trips


Click here to visit Terry Elliot's photo essay page about his 10 years of working with us in the Arctic


Click here to see a map of the approximate tundra wolf range in Nunavik & northern Quebec, Canada



Click on photo to check out this wonderful 'short' video clip of
remarkable den site activity of tundra wolves & their pups taken
on one of our wild wolves expeditions:



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