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Of Land and Sea

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Photographer: Liron Gertsman

On the coast of British Columbia lives a unique group of Grey Wolves. Sometimes known as coastal wolves, sea wolves, and rain wolves, their diet and behaviours differ from their inland relatives. They survive primarily off of food from the sea. It took five wildlife photography trips over many years to their habitat Vancouver Island, where I took this image, before I caught a glimpse of this remarkable animal. This individual was the first wolf I’d ever seen. The encounter felt magical. Watching this beautiful animal emerge from the forest cover and walking out onto the shoreline was a gift I won’t soon forget.
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Liron Gertsman
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Photographer:  Liron Gertsman<br />
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On the coast of British Columbia lives a unique group of Grey Wolves. Sometimes known as coastal wolves, sea wolves, and rain wolves, their diet and behaviours differ from their inland relatives. They survive primarily off of food from the sea. It took five wildlife photography trips over many years to their habitat Vancouver Island, where I took this image, before I caught a glimpse of this remarkable animal. This individual was the first wolf I’d ever seen. The encounter felt magical. Watching this beautiful animal emerge from the forest cover and walking out onto the shoreline was a gift I won’t soon forget.