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Video of Female wolf in Oregon
Author: Auntie P.
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The Oregon Dept. of Fish & Wildlife has a video of the female wolf B-300F:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5dKAi4Ad7w

 

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Hard life for a lone Wolf.  I hope she hooks up with another disperser if there are any.  She looks pretty darn good for the time being, though.Love

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It appears to me that she is following a previous trail.  Even maybe her own?  When the image gets closer and especially in the still shots, you can see it better.  Would she be circling her area; marking it?  Perhaps afraid of the aircraft that is following?  Just exploring?Watching from the sidelines 

 

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I'd venture to guess that it is her territory and yes she most likely marks the perimeter daily.  Our Wolves to this even in captivity.  They rub their selfs up against the entire fence at least once a day.  They also scent mark especially during breeding season.  

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Just 10 days prior to the video of wolf beauty B-300F, four moose were collared for the first time in Oregon in the Blue Mountains of Wallowa County by Fish and Wildlife.  "There is a sizeable amount of vacant habitat for them to pioneer."  The moose population is estimated at 35 and are protected by the state.  Naturally occuring moose has only happened in Oregon about 40 years ago.  Moose are North America's largest ungulate.

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