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PostPosted: Mon Mar 11, 2019 7:24 pm 
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Being able to grab an individual frame allows me to hand pick just the right body position, facial expressions, those yellow glaring eyes and lets not forget those white teeth. Here are 10 frames that I chose out of thousands.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 11, 2019 8:46 pm 
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wow. Wolves in my neck of the woods would never sit for this.


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The wolves are very young still and curious I suppose. Judging by the tracks everywhere and the multiple activation's at another cam. They were in the area for at least 2 days, either feeding or hunting. Living in a thick rain forest must be pretty confining and they make the best of these sunny exposed areas for running off some steam. What I have noticed about the pack when they are lounging in an open area. There is always one dark Wolf standing in the back keeping an eye out while the youngsters play. Although the alpha male is rather dark, I don't think that it's the alpha male, he looks to short in height and length for him. There is still 3 pack members absent in the videos I got of them recently.

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Great images as usual. How many do you suppose are in this pack?

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Great stills. I assume those aren't just screen shots, what program were you using to capture the individual frames?

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Great assortment you pulled outa there. Some nice ones


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Thanks Jim, I know for certain that there were 7 pack members as of last Summer. I got multiple videos of them on the run on several cams. Since then I only get individuals, pairs or maybe 3-4 at a time. Very rare for me to get them all together at one time. Breeding starts between January - March and gestation last 63 days. Likely in January in these parts of the country. Pups are born mid March - later part of April. The absence of the alpha/alphas may be explained by the possibility that she may be holed up in a den ready to give birth or caring for young. I won't have that piece of the puzzle until late spring I suppose.

Thanks Woody, I use a fantastic program called VLC. The latest updated version is the one I use for my Window 7. Here's the link...............https://www.videolan.org/vlc/index.html

Thanks Daryl, Wolves seldom sit still long enough for a clear photograph as they always seem to be either running, rolling or frolicking. While grabbing screen shots of the criteria of which I was after. I also had to work around the shadows of those darn Alder trees. The tops of those Alders will not be a problem in my future videos after my next trip up there :whistle , if no know what I mean.

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Those are some beautiful wolf pics!!


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Great Pictures, Thanks for Sharing!


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