A Pack of Wolves


OK, boring “they” need to step it up with the collective nouns on this one. I still like a “howling” or perhaps an “eclipse” would be more relevant these days. A pack of wolves on the move is called a route” or a “horde”. At any rate this howling of wolves was photographed during my wildlife workshop in April near Yosemite National Park.

PAW (Photographers Alliance Workshops) and I will be offering another wildlife photography workshop this October and a limited number of seats are still available…HERE.

In case you were curious:

  • Average life span in the wild: 6 to 8 years
  • Size: Head and body, 36 to 63 in (91 to 160 cm); Tail, 13 to 20 in (33 to 51 cm); Average foot size, 4 inches wide by 5 inches long
  • Weight: 40 to 175 lbs (18 to 79 kg)

More info on wolves at Nat Geo…HERE.

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While there are a few wild wolves in California, these are back at home in Montana waiting so you’ll have to sign up for the workshop in October for your opportunity to photograph them with me.

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  1. Jeff

    You are correct and as noted these wolves were brought to California for a photography workshop and then moved back to Montana after the workshop ended.

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