The Singing Wilderness: Summer to Winter in the Northwoods

This video contains all the wildlife captured by a remote camera from July 21 to Jan. 17 on a rocky island in the middle of a large bog in Voyageurs National Park. The camera is located in the center of the Cranberry Bay Pack territory and the collared wolves in the video are Wolves V083 and V084, the breeding pair of the Cranberry Bay Pack.

The Voyageurs Wolf Project put together the video and titled it after Sigurd Olson’s book The Singing Wilderness, a collection of essays on the different seasons in the northwoods.

Cranberry Bay is on Rainy Lake, about 125 miles north of Duluth.

1 Comment

Kodiak

about 5 months ago

Captivating!  Who cannot be enamoured of nature's aesthetic beauty, diversity and animals in action.  The wolves, fox, bears, bobcat, moose, deer, weasel, raven - who did I miss? - are all going about their business in a similar way.  No bloodthirsty wolves here - to be sure.  Isn't it wondrous to just observe nature?  I really don't what drives a person to kill these animals.  It's really perverse.  
Please go to your local lending library, bookshop or Listening Point Foundation online bookshop and get a copy of Sigurd Olson's books.

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