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Central Brooks Range wildlife
A silhouetted lone wolf trots up a tudra hillside.
A grey wolf outlined against the tundra stares at something in the distance.
A wolf sits on the tundra scratching his chin.
A porcupine with quills relaxed stands on a gravel bar.
A cow and calf moose are hard to see in the forest.
In the fall, a wolverine stands for a better look over tall grass.
Dall's Sheep Group
Eight sheep graze on a green mountain slope in the Noatak drainage.l
A snowshare hare holding very still is almost invisible against the snow.
A grizzly bear casts a shadow along the Kobuk river shore in the Fall.
Two grizzlies walk along the Kobuk river in the fall.
Two Grizzlies in Forest
Two grizzlies come out of the boreal forest.
Bull Moose Sunset
A bull moose is barely visible, it's antlers outlined against the pastel sunset.
Arctic Ground Squirrel
An arctic ground squirrel poses on a rock while eating.
Cinnamon colored grizzly bear stands in bright fall tundra.
Dall's Sheep rams
A group of rams graze on a tundra slope high in the mountains of the Brooks Range.
Fall Bull Moose
A large bull moose with the last bit of velvet clinging to one antler stands in a patch of drawf birch with bright red fall leaves.
Three Dall's Sheep rams charge up a mountainside through patches of snow.
Grizzly Sow with cubs
A grizzly bear sow with her two cubs outlined in sunlight walk away.
A lone caribou stand on a vast plain of tudra ablaze with fall colors.
The Hungry Fox
Credit: NPS/ Christopher Houlette
Last updated: August 1, 2014