Canis lupus

We’d stopped along Yellowstone Lake to catch a spectacular sunset paint the mountains in the distance a fiery shade of blush.

A minute after getting back in the car, a wolf trotted down the road, and right past the car.

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

charlene

photographer

3 thoughts on “Canis lupus

  1. Holy hell. You don’t meet a wolf every day :) !

    Funnily enough, earlier today I saw this video: re-introducing wolves in the Yellowstone national park has improved the entire ecosystem.

    1. I read an article about the same thing some time back, and you know, that was exactly what occurred to me when the wolf went past!

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