his diet was previously 80% seal. not sure if he'll be so lucky where he is now i guess. also if he makes it back now to discovery island i'll take it all back about him being not smart enough to figure how to swim back there.
The lone wolf captured in James Bay on Sunday was released into the wild of western Vancouver Island on Monday afternoon.
B.C. Conservation officers said they are now confident it is the same wolf that lived on Discovery Island.
“Although conservation officers believe the wolf swam to the capital, it is not being released on Discovery Island as it left for a reason – the wolf was looking for food or resources, and for the safety of the public and the animal, it was relocated out of the urban environment,” said the B.C. Conservation Officer Service on Monday.
"it left for a reason". lol. food or "resources". what other resources was it looking for? i don't doubt it might be nice to find a mate! if it hasn't forgotten how to do it.
Edited by Victoria Watcher, 27 January 2020 - 04:46 PM.