https://wolf.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/gs_hackles_6_24_19.jpg 2622 2500 Roger Sievers https://wolf.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/white-iwc-logo-1.png Roger Sievers2019-07-15 00:00:002019-10-16 08:52:02Axel continues to be the pack’s most active wolf
Axel and Grayson posture about rank, which Wolf Care staff have seen since the two arrived as pups. We don’t think that will ever stop. Axel is typically the most active wolf in the pack and is often the first to check something out, even in the summer heat that has made its way to Ely.
Tadpoles are now present in the pond and Axel seems to enjoy time in the pond with Grayson. It is easy to identify Axel, he has completely shed his undercoat, and he is usually the arctic wolf doing a ride-up or mount on any pack mate willing to stand for it. In this photo, notice Grayson’s hackle response from his neck to his tail. In the Ethogram, we code this as H1234.