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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-14-2006, 11:47 PM Thread Starter
High on the Mountain Top
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I followed these for about 20 min. in Spetch Creek(Pemberton). Nice very large!
2 wolves
Then this guy decided to get on the band wagon as well I followed him for about 20 minutes
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 06-15-2006, 12:26 AM
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[quote]Originally posted by EAK

Wolves are *very* efficient when they walk/run - prints are in a straight line, and more often than not the rear and front paws will make an impression at the exact same spot.

Were they in a straight line? could you tell a difference between the rear and front paws?

The bear tracks in the same area are interesting. Was the bear going for the wolf scraps, or was the coyote going for the bear scraps? []

Hard to get a sense of scale from the photos (don't own an ice axe

yay big? http://www.earthsciences.ca/arctic/a.../images/23.jpg

Tracking fascinates me (as do wolves) - but I've yet to go to any interesting off trail places. Just "ye-olde hike" in the valley and Hope area [B)]
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