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(photo copyright George Nagel - all rights reserved)

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This wonderful photo of tundra wolf pups outside their den was taken by client George Nagel during a 'Search for the Legendary Tundra Wolves' expedition to northern Canada. A third pup was in the den while this photo was taken, and emerged shortly after. Tundra wolves and fox favor digging dens under the tree-root systems in the scattered groups of white spruce trees that grow in sand esker systems found on the central barrenlands on the mainland regions of Northern Canada. Trees such as these are truly old-growth forest in every sense of the word - magnified stump ring counts reveal that they can range from 800-1100 years old. Den activity locales link directly to the northbound caribou migration routes that can vary from season to season.


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


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


Click here to visit George Nagel's photo essay about his many trips to the Far North with us 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 our wild wolves expeditions:



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