International Wolf Center №2 Live Cam

Malik and Shadow, arctic subspecies of the gray wolf, were born May 8, 2000. Malik was the lowest-ranking male in the Exhibit Pack. He was retired in September 2009 after aggression from Grizzer, the second-ranking male, became too intense for Malik's physical safety. Shadow was retired in June 2010, as he began to show signs of aging that resulted in testing from the younger wolves. The camera is focused on the den site, the main feature in the retirement enclosure. You may see Malik or Shadow actively running along the fence line, responding to the activities of the Exhibit Pack. The packs still communicate through howling and have a small fence area where they can see each other without direct contact.
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