This Paradise Pack pup was trying his best to howl but just couldn’t quite get it out. One thing is clear: his sibling behind him didn’t seem to think much of it!
This pup and his siblings are part of a litter that’s known as the Paradise Pack, which is under the watchful eye of the Project.
The Paradise Pack’s second den (called a “maternal den”) was in the rotten, hollowed-out space under the base of some ancient cedar trees. The den was basically an impenetrable fortress. The pack’s first den (called a “natal den”) was a dug out area underneath a leaning cedar tree but the pack moved their pups to this new den after spending 3 weeks at the first den. Wolves commonly move their pups to new dens in our area. Some packs will use 3 or 4 different dens in the spring.