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Danny Poirier, a light keeper, captured a photo of this wolf while working at Cape Scott, just north of Port Hardy. “Part of my adventures of working the lights of the West Coast of British Columbia is the pleasure of embracing the nature that surrounds all of us that live on Vancouver Island,” Poirier says. To submit your photos for MidWeek, send them to kristend@campbellrivermirror.com - Photo by Danny Poirier
Danny Poirier, a light keeper, captured a photo of this wolf while working at Cape Scott, just north of Port Hardy. “Part of my adventures of working the lights of the West Coast of British Columbia is the pleasure of embracing the nature that surrounds all of us that live on Vancouver Island,” Poirier says. To submit your photos for MidWeek, send them to kristend@campbellrivermirror.com
— image credit: Photo by Danny Poirier

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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