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Nov 2, 2012

International Wolf Conference From Oct. 23-24, I attended this conference in Thompson, MB with many of the top wolf biologists in attendance. Many topics were presented but the main value of this conference was meeting & talking privately to the likes of David Mech, Paul Paquet, and Marco Musiani. Thompson’s […]


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2012

Winter is Coming Tundra’s coat is getting thicker & more luxurious. This is the main way a wolf stays warm in the winter.  It starts growing in late August as the sun gets lower in the sky it triggers a hormone to start producing the winter coat. Wolves live in […]


TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2012

Draft BC Wolf Plan Response to the Draft Management Plan for the Grey Wolf in BC In thoroughly reviewing this draft plan which has been an ongoing draft for at least 18-24 months, I find the document to be completely unbalanced. Its main purpose is to draft a document that […]


Feb. 6/2011

Well it was the day I had to depart. It had been snowing since the previous evening & we were supposed to get 15-20cm. It would have been great fun hiking in this weather because I would have been able to see fresh tracks. I had a great time enjoying […]


FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 2013

BC Fish & Wildlife anti-wolf faction in a quandary This all powerful faction has orchestrated this draconian draft wolf management plan for BC’s wolves. They then thought they could slip it by the BC public & other citizens of the world by allowing only 3 weeks of public comment on […]


Feb. 5/2011

Got colder again as it dropped to -12C. Had 2 local residents to come & see Tundra again to get pictures. Don & Karen took pictures & marvelled at her beauty. In afternoon, went out to Maureen’s farm where she has seen wolves but they do not harm her livestock […]


THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 2013

Wolves more Ecologically Friendly than Cattle When wolves from Canada were reintroduced into Yellowstone in 1995 & 1996, the changes to the landscape in the next 10 years were remarkable. Wolves started predating on elk which had denuded much of northern Yellowstone’s aspen & willow forests. These are the benefits […]


Feb. 4/2011

Cloudy today & on our early morning walk we encountered 3 moose but thankfully Tundra & Meshach did not pull. Just enjoyed this beautiful country by hiking in its presence again.