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How to Catch a Glimpse of Canada’s Coastal Wolves? Wait, and Then Wait Some More | PROOF

Featherweights Photograph by Paul Nicklen, National Geographic At Canada’s western edge, beachcombing wolves swim between islands, eating whatever the sea serves up.

Adventure Together — Photograph by @paulnicklen for @natgeo.  Young...

Young wolf pups use an eagle feather to play tug-of-war in the intertidal zone on the outer islands of In the next couple of weeks, our story on these coastal wolves of BC will be appearing in ….please stay tuned.

Photograph by @paulnicklen taken while #onassignment for @natgeo.  A young wolf pup travels through the intertidal zone at low tide.  Even though I was over 300 feet away hiding in a photo blind its big ears easily detected the clicking of my camera shutter.  To see a fun tug-of-war battle over an eagle feather between this little pup and its equally adorable sibling please #follow me on @paulnicklen.  In the next couple of weeks our story on these coastal wolves of BC will be appearing in…

“Photograph by taken while for A young wolf pup travels through the intertidal zone at low tide.

Lion cub

Loves playing with the humans. He loves climbing trees. He is caring. He is smart and very brave. He is outgoing. He was separated from his pride then his mom was killed protecting him so he was found lost. He can be released when