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19 January 2011 @ 03:27 pm
Many, many, many pictures of wolves!  
In honor of the exciting Lupercalia celebration planned for the future at the just being created today kradamcakes, I give you a wolf picspam.

And by picspam I mean, well, PICSPAM. There are more images here than I've dealt with in a long time, and a link at the bottom to the photobucket that contains more. If you like wolves you will like these photos. And if you like the idea of Kradam & Wolves (and in the future, Kradam & mermaids, and possibly other cracked out things), keep your eye on kradamcakes (though probably not quite, you know, today).

Almost all images are pretty large (min 800x400, but lots 1280x1024) so right click and view in new window/save as to your heart's content!

[ entire gallery of 87 images here ]

most of these taken from the following websites:
x Grizzly & Wolf Discvoery Center Montana
x Wolf Galleries at First People.US
x Wolf Conservation Center New York
x International Wolf Center
x Howling for Justice

interested in wolf behavior?
here is a short guide

also posted to dreamwidth | you can reply here or there | um, but don't worry, i'm still an lj girl
my monkied brainkatekat1010 on January 25th, 2011 07:31 pm (UTC)
aren't they amazing?

and i have no idea what it would be like to live with a wolf pack in the area - lucky you though, it seems like it might be cool in concept!
twilightofmagictwilightofmagic on January 25th, 2011 08:22 pm (UTC)
They do kill dogs and so do coyotes. Even eagles take small dogs and cats. An outdoor cat has pretty good (bad) chances of being attacked by an eagle or coyote. The coyotes lure off leash dogs away from owners with offers to play and then the pack turns on the dog. Cunning and dangerous creatures. I've heard about a black wolf that's been seen in areas all around me, some quite close to my house, but as I say, I've never heard any. It would be quite cool to hear them howling at night though a bit intimidating. I've never heard of them going after a human though, thank goodness. Cougars sometimes do and they're around, even in suburban areas that are next to wilderness.