Wolves on the hunt: A trail cam recently captured these wolves hunting a bull in the southern B.C. around the Noble Lake area of Kamloops. The owners had a trail cam up at a cattle range and when looking through the images found these pictures of a wolf pack hunting one of their bulls. Upon seeing these images, the owners went to see if they were missing a bull. The date stamp shows the images were taken on the morning of Sept. 30. Photo submitted by Cole Scott

PHOTOS: Trail cam captures wolf pack hunting a bull

A trail cam at a range in the southern B.C. area captured these wolves chasing down a bull

By Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

A trail cam at a range in the southern B.C. area captured these wolves chasing down a bull

 

Wolves on the hunt: A trail cam recently captured these wolves hunting a bull in the southern B.C. around the Noble Lake area of Kamloops. The owners had a trail cam up at a cattle range and when looking through the images found these pictures of a wolf pack hunting one of their bulls. Upon seeing these images, the owners went to see if they were missing a bull. The date stamp shows the images were taken on the morning of Sept. 30. Photo submitted by Cole Scott

Wolves on the hunt: A trail cam recently captured these wolves hunting a bull in the southern B.C. around the Noble Lake area of Kamloops. The owners had a trail cam up at a cattle range and when looking through the images found these pictures of a wolf pack hunting one of their bulls. Upon seeing these images, the owners went to see if they were missing a bull. The date stamp shows the images were taken on the morning of Sept. 30. Photo submitted by Cole Scott

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