Wolf Pack Caring For Their Four Little Ones…

Time for an uplifting video of a wolf pack caring for their week old pups. They have their hands full! Momma wolf is fighting a losing battle trying to keep them in the den…lol

Enjoy! ❤

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Video: Courtesy YouTube greenbunting

Posted in: gray wolf pups, biodiversity

Tags: wolf pups, wolf pack, caring for tiny pups, beautiful wolves

 

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  1. The look on her face, it’s like a mix between a contented smile and the look of someone who’s on the brink of a nervous breakdown.
    Ah, parenthood.

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    • Too funny john…you hit the nail on the head 🙂

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

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  2. Reblogged this on hocuspocus13 and commented:
    jinxx 🍀 xoxo🍀smile

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  3. thank you for sharing! they are truly beautiful!!! LOVE them!!!

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  4. This is the way it should be. We must stop the FEDERAL GOVERNMENT from using tracking collars on these beautiful animals. They only use the collars to find and kill them. The wolves should be left in peace to be a family, raise their young, and be the guardians of Mother Earth as our good Lord intended. (God bless her. She’s beautiful and her babies are precious!)

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    • That would make too much sense Anne, we can’t have common sense dealing with wolves. They’ll continue to harass them them for their entire lives. It’s a tragedy.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

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  5. I love how gently they pick up the little ones. Such pretty faces too – just beautiful animals. Thank you!

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    • ida, I thought the same thing, how soft their mouths were when picking up the babies. They are the best parents a pup could have ❤

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

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  6. Gorgeous!
    We could learn so much from the social interactions of wolves for human society and their beautiful ways of family.

    Ahhh, wildlife, we must do everything we can to preserve and protect each and every species.

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    • Dawn, The former USFWS Wolf Recovery Coordinator Ed Bangs said, in a Nova 2000 interview:

      “Wolves are the parents, the mothers, the fathers, the brothers and sisters that we always hoped we could be. I mean there’s extreme loyalty among family members, it’s everything to them.”

      That says everything anyone could want to know about wolf family life ❤

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

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  7. Beautiful! This should change the wolf haters’ hearts and minds if they had hearts and minds. But they don’t.

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  8. Beautiful. She certainly has her paws full. Thank you for sharing. Made a sunny day , brighter.

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    • You’re so welcome Rita 🙂

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

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  9. Reblogged this on Exposing the Big Game.

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  10. such loving care! a beautiful reportage… 🙂 ❤

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  11. This made my day! Such a wonderful family unit. I think humans could learn a thing or two from them.

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  12. Beautiful family 🙂

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  13. Going to reblog this over on Learning from Dogs this coming Saturday! Great video!

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  14. This is so beautiful! Anyone who could kill one of these beautiful beings after watching this has no soul.

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    • The ones responsible for killing don’t care. You’re dealing with sadistic narcissists, even if they don’t admit it.
      They may agree that wolves are beautiful, but that’s about it. They delude themselves into perceiving their killings as ‘part of life’ or ‘taking [their] role in nature’.

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    • So agree LynnJ.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

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  15. Lord protect these pups!!

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  16. Many of these sweet pups are killed by other predators and humans finish the others off. It is the greatest tragedy of our times. The world will be a sad, lonely place when wolves are no longer on the landscape.

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  17. Just going through my emails what a beautiful film. I can’t explain how I feel just beautiful. But I do worry if they can be filmed this way, also hunters could do their killing which worries me. Why can’t people just leave them alone, and what I am missing not being out their to see them all the time. Thanks for Oregon for letting wolves live in peace, greatest state in the nation to me.

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  18. Not like I love it

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  19. […] this featured on Howling For Justice back on March 9th, this year and today seemed a perfect time to feature it here after […]

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