Voyageurs’ Wolf Project in Minnesota focuses on understanding the behavior of the two wolf packs, Nashata & Shoepack Lake Wolf packs. The project covers the 75,000 acres of deep forests of the Voyageurs National Park.
Wildlife enthusiasts observe the life of the different wildlife species in the region. They also try to understand the natural habitat and day-to-day activities of these beautiful creatures who roam in the wilderness.
Animal lovers worldwide love to get a glimpse of these beautiful wild animals. Thus, the wildlife enthusiasts working on the Voyageurs project make sure that they provide regular video updates about the different animal species living in the deep forest.
The trail cam in the forest captures several appearances of the otters walking through the quiet trail filled with fallen leaves. Soon after the otters walk through the path, a pack of wolves walks along the same track.
A deer is found walking past the same path as the night falls. The following day the trail cam finds the playful otters enjoying their first snowfall at the exact location. The harsh winter does not bother the animals in the forest. They quietly go through their day-to-day activities like any other day.
The snow-filled trail looks beautiful, and it feels like heaven on earth. The wild animals walking through the path, searching for food and enjoying their daily lives, give you an intimate glimpse into their lives.
The clip shows how the different animals, such as wolves, otters, and deer, enjoy the warm summer and the snow-covered winter. However, one of the most fascinating things the trail cam captures is the lone wolf with a distinctive marking. The wolf Y1T, as the wildlife enthusiasts named him, is the new male of the Blood Moon pack. He wanders around the forest before he actually settles down.