First collar video from wild Minnesota wolf shows fishing skills, adaptability

From the Star Tribune in Minnesota:

How exactly do lone wolves spend warm spring days, when food is plentiful and there are no pups to look after?

For generations, researchers have struggled to follow the elusive predators after the snow melts, when the animals split away from their packs to wander or to hunker down in the thick undergrowth of the northern Minnesota woods.

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