Oregon Wolf Pup Calls To It’s Pack….

August 8, 2014

I love posting this video,  I do it almost every year.

Is there a more haunting, ethereal sound in nature than the howl of the wolf?  This sweet pup calls to its pack and they howl back!!

Remote camera photo from July 21, 2013, documenting three pups in the newly formed Mt Emily pack. Photo courtesy of ODFW

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Posted in: gray wolf pups, biodiversity, Oregon wolves

Video: Courtesy YouTube ODFW

Photo: Courtesy ODFW

Tags: Snake River Wolf Pack, ODFW, wolf pup, howling wolves, Oregon

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  1. Thank you Nabeka for this post. It must be wonderful to be there with all your senses in tune with Nature. Have a wonderful weekend.

    • So glad you enjoyed it Allan, it’s music for our ears <3

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

    • Thanks again Allan, we’ve had many experience with wolves howling, they would howl to my dogs and the dogs would howl back but their howls have been silenced in Montana, Idaho and most of Wyoming, since the wolf hunts commenced. It’s been years since I’ve heard wolf song in the wild, so listening to the sweet pup is music to my ears.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

  2. great story but i would object to anyone, regardless of species, being called an “it”: http://www.nonhumanslavery.com/english-and-speciesism

    • Sorry markgil but wasn’t sure of the pup’s sex so had to do a little improvising. I certainly do not think of wolves as it’s.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

  3. So beautiful.

  4. Reblogged this on hocuspocus13 and commented:
    BEAUTIFUL MUSIC

    • hocuspocus13…sweet wolf song!

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

      • Call of the wild

  5. Thank you Nabeki. Thank you Biodiversity. Truly one of the most beautiful sounds on this planet. Years ago, if I couldn’t sleep, I’d put my headphones on and listen to a record narrated by Robert Redford. It was many different wolf calls. They would lull me to sleep.

    • Anne, the howl of the wolf is so deeply moving and soul penetrating, it moves me to tears.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

  6. That’s so beautiful. Thanks for posting it!

    • You’re very welcome soundhealher, may their howls always echo through our wild places.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

  7. The song of my heart. It calls to me always

    • Beautifully said kzottarelli!

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

  8. So beautiful! Love it!

  9. Thank you so very deeply. To hear wolves howl has been a lifeline dream, steeped into my childhood. I was reared by a highly intelligent father, who told me stories of wolves — inverse to the wolf killers.

    He told me of wolves rescuing children lost in forests, of children escaping into the woods to escape the atrocities of WW1, and wolves protecting them, sheltering them, taking care of them. My father loved wolves. His dream of wolves was never fulfilled, but I’m saving this beautiful, haunting recording.

    My lifeline dream was not fulfilled as I’ve never heard the call of the wild while being in paradise.

    To my father, to Leopold, to all of you. We must save and protect this vital, apex predator as the wolf, alone, is the champion of Earth, all life and mankind.

    • So welcome Tess, many howls!

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

  10. Watching this makes me wonder why the pup is here while the pack is elsewhere!

    Beautiful video. How misunderstood – or is man simply too wrapped up in believing the convenient – these beautiful animals are. If wishes could come true, I know we would make a better planet and consider all species in their just light. In today’s world the battle for those who cannot speak for themselves often ends tragically.

    I ask my God to stand up for the beauty of this world that we as a species have neglected and abused for our own gain.

  11. I love to listen to their song, this particular baby in a lazy playful mood. XXXXXXXX

  12. Notify me

  13. Beautiful post and such a beautiful video! Their howl is just magical in every way. I’ll never forget hearing the howl of many wolves at night.
    Thank you Nabeki! :)

  14. Incredible, thank you for sharing this. She is one of my totems in a very serious way and I felt that from my heartbeat outward. Namaste.


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