Saturday, February 24, 2007

These photos are taken at a great distance, sometimes using my camera and a Swarovski scope.

We came out, along with many other wolf watchers, to view the Slough Creek Pack. At least 10 members of the Pack were in the area, but most of them were up on the hill, bedded down, after feeding on the carcass of what we believe was a bison calf. One black wolf ventured back to feed some more. Here it is, along with many, many ravens.

He (I'm not sure why I tend to identify the wildlife as a "he") later trotted off across the plain and into the hills.

The bison herd later came by to check out the carcass, much to the chagrine of the coyotes feeding on the wolves' kill.


Blogger EditThis said...

Really, really cool photos. You have quite the zoom lens!

9:49 AM  
Blogger GetFlix said...

The bison shots are so cool.

10:23 PM  

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