Horseshoe Creek Outfitters offer Guided Wolf Hunting
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Generally the wolf is a grizzled grey but colour varies from white to black.
The ears are erect and the tail is bushy and black tipped. The male is larger
than the female and average weight is 55-130 pounds.
The wolf is a very social animal who mates for life and lives in packs
of 2-15. The strongest male is usually the pack leader; all members of the
pack care for the young which helps unite the pack. An average of 7 pups are
born to each female in April-June. Usually hunting at night, they feed primarily
on large mammals by chasing down their victims either slashing tendons or
driving it back to waiting pack members. Even though they kill only to
survive, studies show that wolves play a key role in drastically decreasing
the number of ungulates, sometimes beyond the rate of replacement, in any
given area. The wolf's only predator is man.
Ray & Sharon Jackson have lived in the Peace River area of Northeastern British
Columbia for many years, and have been outfitting in the area since 1991.
They live as well as work in their hunting country year round, running their
own ranching operation in addition to outfitting. Ray has been guiding since 1978.
Horseshoe Creek Outfitters Ltd, PO Box 518, Hudson's
Hope, BC, Canada, V0C 1V0
Phone 250-783-5220 Email
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