Researchers say moose are not common in the area, but over the past few years they've captured "quite a few bulls on camera."
The Voyageurs Wolf Project on Friday shared a compilation of videos of a bull moose in northern Minnesota captured over the years. Researchers say moose are not common in the area but over the past few years they've captured "quite a few bulls on camera."
The Voyageurs Wolf Project on Thursday shared a montage of the best footage they've captured on their trail cameras in hopes of spurring donations to the organization on Give to the Max Day in Minnesota. To donate: https://crowdfund.umn.edu/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.participant&participantID=1687
A cougar was captured on camera for the first time by the Voyageurs Wolf Project, the group announced.
Two bears in northern Minnesota took out their apparent boredom on a trail camera.
Two bears in northern Minnesota were sparring with each other and then went after - and destroyed - a trail camera that was placed by the Voyageurs Wolf Project.
Researchers in northern Minnesota captured a blonde wolf on a trail camera, calling the coloring of the wolf "very rare" for the area.
The Voyageurs Wolf Project on Friday posted video to social media showing a rare 'blonde' wolf, saying it's a rare coat color for wolves in northern Minnesota and the first wolf with "light, creamy colored fur" they've captured on camera. (This video is looped.)
Alaska isn’t the only place to find fat bears this time of year!
Four wolf pups were captured on Voyageurs Wolf Project's trail cameras, suggesting the pups have survived into September.
The Voyageurs Wolf Project is celebrating a first: it captured video of a mother moose and her twins on a trail camera.
Wolves in northern Minnesota are known to take advantage of the bear bait left by bear hunters, making up a large portion of their diets this time of year.
A bear cub in Northern Minnesota is getting called out by researchers for being a “twerp.” The cub's antics were captured on trail camera video, and are adorable.
Wolf pups from the Voyageurs National Park area of Northern Minnesota will be featured in a new natural history series on Disney+, which premieres on Monday, July 4.
Video shared by the Voyageurs Wolf Project shows a pack of wolf pups trying to keep up with their parents in northern Minnesota.
Watch the fauna of northern Minnesota as captured by the Voyageurs Wolf Project.
The Voyageurs Wolf Project has tagged its first wolf puppies of the 2022 season.
Voyageurs Wolf Project’s trail cameras captured a chunky black bear in norther Minnesota this fall before it headed into hibernation.
A black bear that has clearly been bulking up for winter was spotted on one of the Voyager Wolf Project's trail cameras near Voyageurs National Park in northern Minnesota. Video credit: Voyageurs Wolf Project
Researchers with the Voyageurs Wolf Project in northern Minnesota showed off their first-ever wolf collar camera footage.