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minnesota photos, heavy on photos

Posted by fairy_toadmother z5 ncentral il (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 15, 07 at 3:15

grizzer, the three yr old male great plains subspecies.
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shadow or malik,i can never tell. both are 7 yrs old arctic subspecies.
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Maya, grizzer's littermate
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RE: minnesota photos, heavy on photos

OMG! They are so beautiful! AWESOME photographs, FTM! Fantastic how they posed just *perfectly* for you! :-)


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Wonderful FTM!


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  • Posted by youreit z9b CA Sunset z8-9 (My Page) on
    Fri, Jun 15, 07 at 11:14

Dial-up is SO slow today! I got the first 3 pics of Grizzer open, and he's beautiful, FTM! I'll try for the rest (and other posts) later, because I really want to see them all! :)

Brenda


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brenda, is there a way i can make it easier for you?

thanks,all.

you would be amazed at how many pics i had to delete b/c of how rarely they stayed still! my camera blurrs uthe image with the motion from the subject. grrrr. haven't figure out a way around that yet, except by doing video.

these pics are taken through the glass viewing area at the center.

Here is a link that might be useful: wolf logs, my weekly fix!


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  • Posted by youreit z9b CA Sunset z8-9 (My Page) on
    Fri, Jun 15, 07 at 20:37

No, there's no way you can make it easier, FTM. I just need to make some time to view those, because they sound like they're incredible pics! And I just wanted to tell you thanks for sharing, too! :)

Brenda


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Fairy, those pics are so amazing! You're so lucky!

:) Mary


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thanks, mary! i actually met some people from maryland while i was there.


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Beautiful!


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bump :)


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Oh FTM they are so gorgeous. I love how loyal wolves are. They are truly beautiful. I hate it that they have such a bad rap. How lucky for you, that you got to see them so close. Most of us will only get to see them from TV, zoo, or pages of a magazine. Thanks for the bump up :-)---------bonnie


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you're welcome! these wolves are socialized so that the are more tolerant of people. it helps with the educational program. however, there is no physical contact. these pics were taken from a viewing window. sometimes they get right up there and you are within a few feet!

wolves are loyal in ways, but they are also survivors and will test each other.


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