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  • Lynn Zerschling

    Are you in the Boundary Waters? Beautiful pictures.

  • Terrie Schrank

    When Alpha and beta eat it ensures the strength of the whole family!

  • Gail Fuchs

    must have made a kill on a lake,,, hear them all the time on the lake, howling

  • Thank you

  • Jackie M. 8 months ago

    ….especially when the pickin’s are slim……….

  • Linda Ringerud

    I just love your work. Blessings to you. Have a good day.

  • Annie Wilczk 8 months ago

    I have happened upon enough poaching and trophy hunting kills of White-Tailed Deer left unharvested in the forests to identify a deer taken simply to remove the antlered. Good thing: at least the wolves are recycling the carcass.

    • Anonymous 8 months ago

      Hmmm. I’ve been in the woods a lot and never found one like this. Maybe Jim got permission from Fish & Game to put this one in a prime spot for good photos, and the antlers were removed first. Think Positive!

  • They may respect the chain of command, I recall a video on what happened when the leader was too harsh and demanding. Thank you for sharing a moment of nature.

  • Thanks for the look into the hierarchy of wolves when they feed.

  • This is the pack that was slaughtered and scattered, yes?

    • Anonymous 1 year ago

      yes I believe that is right. Very sad :-(

    • Adrienne Bowley 8 months ago

      Can anyone tell me why and when they were slaughtered? Comments on other wolf videos have alluded to that but I never read anything about why.

      I am not getting political here (just stating fact) but might it be the result of the current administration’s horrific environmental and wildlife policies?

      • The killing and scattering of the wolves seem to have happened before the current administration. I think these videos have happened at least eight years ago. Some people in MN (maybe farmers) view wolves as bad.

  • Donna Dacy 1 year ago

    Another great view of the life in a wolf pack. Sharing …

  • Just love seeing the pack dynamics in action.

  • Cheryl 1 year ago

    Thank you all again. I love wolves

  • Love the video, Mr, Brandenburg! It’s amazing to see how animals can respect the chain of command. Patience is such a virtue.

  • Suzanne 1 year ago

    There it is.

  • Kathryn 1 year ago

    Stunning how you captured this!

  • Wow!!! Message sent and message received!!!. And not one drop of blood was shed…..once again man could learn from these intelligent wolves.

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