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Video by @bertiegregory | We were following a pack of grey wolves on the coast of the Hudson Bay when one of younger members of the pack split off and began digging up sticks. She found this particular branch and started charging around and playing with it. It’s moments like this that make you realize wolves and domestic dogs really aren’t that different. Considering how much we humans like domestic dogs, it’s pretty shocking how badly we treat wild wolves around the world. Fortunately, in recent years some brilliant conservation and reintroductions mean wolves are on the comeback. We can all do our bit by getting behind these projects! Content supported by Destination Canada. #wildlife #animals #wolves #wolf #snow

Maggie Smith Photography

Okay I am so obsessed with this surprise proposal that I want to legitimately flood my IG feed with it! Tyler pulled off the most perfect surprise proposal and Everlyn said YES!!!! 💍 We knew there would be snow but not that we would be dealing with a record breaking amount of it. But nothing could stop this from happening not even mother nature. In fact we thank her for giving us the most perfect backdrop! #bigbearlake #lakearrowhead #engaged #bigbearphotographer #gettingmarried #soontobemarried #adventurebrides #napaweddingphotographer #weddingdetails #soontobemrs #lakearrowheadwedding #junebugweddings #howheproposed #fineartphotography #fineartwedding #laweddingphotographer #orangecountyphotographer #sandiegoweddingphotographer #destinationphotographer #weddinginspiration #bellelumiere #adventurousphotographers #snow #wanderingphotographers #firstandlasts #loveandwildhearts #bellelumiere #brideandgroom #laketahoe

National Geographic

Photo by William Albert Allard @williamalbertallard | Cow Horse in the Snow, Padlock Ranch, Montana, 1978 This is a favorite horse portrait, made during calving season in Montana. The horse was used by ranch hands watching over first-calf heifers in a nearby pasture. When a heifer seemed ready to give birth, a cowboy would drive her into a fenced area; when the calf dropped, he’d bring it into the calving barn with a sled, tied by rope to the cowboy’s saddle. This horse was left waiting to be used, standing outside the shed where the cowboys would warm themselves and drink endless cups of coffee. For more images of the American West and other assignments spanning a five-decade career #followme @williamalbertallard. @thephotosociety #montana #ranch #Horse #snow

National Geographic

Video by Bertie Gregory @bertiegregory | Male polar bears can weigh more than 700 kilograms, or 1,600 pounds—a potential problem when hunting seals on thin ice. Their solution: massive paws. Their paws can be 12 inches wide, allowing them to spread their weight. Their rough foot pads and short, sharp claws also give them extra traction. Follow @bertiegregory for more wildlife adventures #wild_life #wildlife #animals #ice #snow #bear #teeth #Polar bear

National Geographic

Video by Bertie Gregory @bertiegregory | A large male polar bear yawns during a snooze on the west coast of the Hudson Bay, in Manitoba, Canada. Aside from his blueish purple tongue, his mouth contains another interesting feature: the position of his teeth. Behind a polar bear's huge canines, there’s a gap where the teeth don’t erupt out the gum. This gap allows the canines to sink deeper into their seal prey, offering a greater grip to catch and pull seals of the water. Follow @bertiegregory for more wildlife adventures #wild_life #wildlife #animals #ice #snow #bear #teeth #Polar bear

National Geographic

Video by Bertie Gregory @bertiegregory | A polar bear watches us on the west coast of the Hudson Bay, Canada. This male was in no rush. He was waiting near the water’s edge in anticipation of the big freeze—an annual event when the ocean turns into a rock-solid ice pathway. The ice allows him to hunt his primary prey, the ringed seal. Follow @bertiegregory for more Arctic adventures. #bear #arctic #Cold #snow #cute

National Geographic

Video by Bertie Gregory @bertiegregory | In snowdrifts the arctic hare is a master of camouflage. Occasionally, though, hares would run past willow bushes, causing them to stick out, the way we see here. They are one of the Arctic’s fastest animals, clocking 37 mph at top speed. Follow @bertiegregory for more Arctic adventures. #hare #arctic #Cold #snow #cute

National Geographic

Video by Bertie Gregory @bertiegregory | This beautiful female grey wolf approached us with her pack on the west coast of the Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada. She was bold and curious, and I distinctly remember hearing the crunching of the icy snow under her feet. Never once did we feel even remotely threatened. To see this close encounter, watch ‘Wild_Life: The Big Freeze’. Premiering this Friday, 8/16 at 9pm EST on Nat Geo Wild. Follow @bertiegregory for more on the series. #wild_life #animals #wolves #blackwolf #snow

National Geographic

Video by Bertie Gregory @bertiegregory | If you didn’t know this was two male polar bears, it would be reasonable to think this was some kind of male/female courtship. While stranded on land, male polar bears often pair with a sparring buddy. This allows them to practice fighting, as in a few month’s time they could be out on the sea ice fighting in deadly battles over breeding rights. Although they do aggressively box and wrestle during this practice time, they often go through an extraordinary ritual when they first meet. In this case, the smaller polar bear (on the left) saw the much larger bear (on the right) approaching and decided to roll on his back in this submissive posture. These two massive predators then spent the next half an hour or so nuzzling and nibbling one another. It was only after this tenderness, that they somehow decided to have fight! To see them in action, check out my new online series, "Wild_Life: The Big Freeze" at natgeo.com/wildlife or on National Geographic Youtube. Content sponsored by Destination Canada. Follow @bertiegregory for more on the series. #bear #arctic #snow #polarbear #wild_life

National Geographic

Video by Bertie Gregory @bertiegregory | These particular wolves take on polar bears. They’re the only known pack in the world to do this. You can see them in action in my new online series "Wild_Life: The Big Freeze." Content sponsored by Destination Canada. It premieres today on Nat Geo YouTube and at natgeo.com/wildlife. This pack of grey wolves was bold, but despite surrounding us just a few feet away, we felt zero aggression, only curiosity. We humans have done terrible things to wolves. It’s thought that in 1600, there were two million wolves in North America. Due to 400 years of systematic extermination, there are now just 80,000. There is hope that they are on a comeback, but they still need us to stop persecuting them. These top predators keep herbivore populations in check, allowing countless other species to thrive. The famous Yellowstone National Park wolves are an example: since their reintroduction, the entire ecosystem has transformed and is now much healthier. Follow @bertiegregory for more on this new series. #wild_life #animals #wolves #wolf #snow

NASA

A “holy grail for many hydrologists.”⁣ ⁣ Snowflakes that cover mountains or linger under tree canopies are a vital freshwater resource for over a billion people around the world. When snow melts, the ensuing puddle of water is its snow’s water content, or snow water equivalent (SWE). ⁣ ⁣ Snow caps the line of the Himalayas in this 70mm frame photographed by a space shuttle astronaut using a handheld 70mm camera. Click the link in the bio for more info. ⬆️⁣ ⁣ Credit: NASA⁣ ⁣ #nasa #earth #snow