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JayinMN

Wolf on a mission.

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Tonight on my way home from a day hike on the Pow Wow trail near Isabella, I had the good fortune to run into a wolf making its evening rounds. It was definitely heading somewhere, I tried whistling and all sorts of noises to get him to look at the camera but no such luck. I think Steve and Ken carry liver snacks when they go.. grin

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The wolf's little cousin.

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and maybe a future meal.

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Wow, awesome pics you got there! Thanks for sharing. I like pic #2 the best.

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Wow! Great shots! No faves here, all well done! By the way, no fair giving away trade secrets! grin

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What a great series Jay. I like the motion of #2 and the eye contact with the fox.

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Sweet images, Jason. Liver snacks? I have no idea what you're talking about. gringrin

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Terrific shots! I can't pic a favorite, but you can sure see the determination in the first 2

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That's a great food chain you got there Jason!

Mike

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Excellent series, love that fox image, tucked away very nicely in that bit of grass. Great unobstructed view of a wolf on the move. Very nice sir.

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