It is difficult to convey the thrill of seeing a wolf in the wild. Especially when they engage you directly, one on one.
They are just about 8 weeks old and ready to be moved to a ‘rendezvous site’ – which is a kind of roving ‘nursery’ where they hang out and are even babysat by one of the adults while the others are out hunting.
[The competition as you might imagine is fierce amongst photographers to witness the move and get pictures of the pups.]
It is thought that she might be noting places in the river safe enough for her pups to cross when the time comes to move them.
I don’t have the kind of long expensive lens (those so bulky you have to fasten them to a tripod) that the ‘big boys’ have, so these images suffer a bit by comparison.
🙂 🙂 🙂