This photograph captures the moment a black bear emerged from its den after hibernation, in the midst of a beautiful spring forest.
White on White
In winter the arctic fox has a thick, iridescent white coat. When spring arrives this is shed for thinner two toned brown fur.
Antlered Bull Moose
In spite of their great size, a fully grown, antlered bull moose can move as silently as a cat through dense underbrush.
Wolves are highly social animals, but not all wolves stay with the pack. This doesn’t mean they prefer to be alone. These “lone wolves” play a critical role in the genetic survival of the species when they mate and form a pack of their own.
The Wolf Pack
Wolves are known to be territorial animals, with each pack claiming its own territory. Their inclination towards living and hunting in groups has led to the evolution of intricate social behaviours.