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Wolf Encounters - January 2003

This was another one of the UK Wolf Conservation Trust's many regularly- organised visits with their wolves to various locations around the UK.  The aim of these is that members of the public can get a chance to meet the animals, learn the purposes of the organisation and see the need for wolf conservation.

In January 2003, the Trust brought two of their North American Timber wolves - Duma and Dakota for anyone familiar with the trust's animals - to the newly-built Brueton Park Nature Centre.  This is a small centre just on the outskirts of Solihull, in the Midlands, and only a short drive away from my residence.

The little thumbnails below all point to the full-sized pictures - a selection of those photos I took on the day.  If you'd like a copy of any of the full-resolution photos or want to see some of the near-duplicates that I didn't upload, feel free to email me.

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Duma decides to call her handler over so she can show him what she found.
Man and wolf, gazing happily into the distance.
Ah, the scent of fresh, tasty children on a wolf's nose.  Either that, or they were after the wolf plush on the merchandise stall.
Duma, starting to feel sleepy under the strain of being scritched, petted and stroked all day.
After all, life is just so stressful...
...makes you just want to stretch out and fall asleep... 
...especially when you've got some friendly humans who know all the nice places to rub you.
Ah, perfect lupine bliss.
And after expending all that energy, Dakota poses for photos with show coordinator Richard Watts...
...while Duma finally gets in on the act and decides she has to be in the pictures too.


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