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Recently finished 8Ms book by mcyntire and felt absolutely at a loss of words reading one of the last chapters where the rose creek pack and druid peak pack had a near fight with one another.. sat on the edge of my seat thinking about how 21m would interact with his adoptive father when put in a fight with him. Not going to say much incase anyone hasn't read the book, because its absolutely SO worth reading and experiencing it yourself.
Drew this digitally in the span of around 5 hours, i loved loved experimenting with the colors and compositions. :0)
I was curious about whether any animals would try to take down a wolf pack? And if so could any actually succeed?. i can't imagine any animal(s) ever wanting to fight a large pack of wolves, and the only thing I can imagine that would be able to fight one off would be a large pride of lions, but I'm no expert, is my guess wildly inaccurate?, or have I hit the nail on the head? thanks.
I learned that the red wolf has a possibility/probability of being a mix of different species (gray wolf, coyote and dog) and same with the eastern wolf.
Let alone get along enough to do the deed with
I didn't see another post mentioning it, but the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has opened for public comment a proposal for changing the status of the Gray Wolf there from endangered to sensitive.
https://wdfw.wa.gov/newsroom/wdfw-opens-public-comment-period-rule-making-proposed-status-change-gray-wolf (the comment link is toward the bottom of the page, and the commentary doesn't require any personal info to write in.)
Very important we show up in big numbers tomorrow! FWP will consider closing a wolf hunting unit. Just click the link and sign up. You'll receive a zoom link tomorrow before the meeting.
Current death count is reported as 247. They are considering closing hunting units 1 and 2.
Saw this on a train and thought it looked similar to a grey wolf. Hoping for some expert opinion and need to satisfy my curiosity.
Found in an area that (presumably) doesn't have m/any wolves. Coincidentally, together with a small dog track in the lower right corner.
Just wondering how much discussion/progress has been made around re-introducing wolves to NY and New England. There is no shortage of prey and resources for wolves in these states, so I’m wondering why the issue isn’t being pushed more.
Also wondering if there is any way I can help efforts if there are any.