Dominant Wolf Snarling


This image is from my archives. Since my “Lone Wolf” image is fairly popular, I thought I would post this image. It was taken a few years ago during a visit to Parc Omega, a safari park in Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours, Quebec. These are the legendary grey wolf, also called timber wolf. This snarl was in response to being nipped at by the wolf in the front of him. The grey wolf used to be found all over North America, however with excessive hunting and the destruction of their habitat, their population was reduced in Canada.


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9 thoughts on “Dominant Wolf Snarling

  1. Such a great shot, love the dominant one and the way he is observing proceedings. It is such a shame that habitats all around the world are shrinking for all sorts of wildlife, it is through images that we as photographers can help to bring this to the attention of people living in cities, more worried about their mortgages than the rest of the world we live in.

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