Wildsafe B.C. video shows injured wolf walking through the snow

Image Credit: SUBMITTED/ Wildsafe B.C.

KAMLOOPS - A new video by Wildsafe B.C. offers us a sad glimpse at an injured wolf trying to get around in the bush.

Late on Tuesday, Jan. 23 the organization that tries to mitigate human and wildlife conflicts, posted the video of the large wolf trying to get under a barbed wire fence with just three legs and laboured movement.

The organization said it believes the wolf was either kicked in the shoulder or stomped on by a much larger animal. Multiple disclaimers warn it might not be for everyone. 

For more information, visit Wildsafe B.C. 

Wild Wednesday - Season 2 - Episode 4 - A wounded wolf from WildSafeBC on Vimeo.

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