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Have you seen a wolf within 100 miles of Thompson? If so, let us know. Fill out the attached form and submit it to us. We will list your wolf sighting and photo that will help in future wolf research. AND the best wolf photo each month can win $55!!!

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April 2017
At Pikwitonei Lake, 40 miles south east of Thompson. dates on the picture. Dennis.hanson@vale.com

8:13 am, April 28, 2017
Saw a wolf from my backyard between Pike Crescent & Rainbow Crescent in Thompson. My dogs were barking like crazy. My lab never barks, so I went to check on them. My house has a pathway that leads to the Millennium Trail. The wolf was on the tree line. He was standing there watching my dogs being nutcases. When I realized it was a wolf he walked into the trees. Then stopped and continued to watch us, until he wandered away. He was gray and dark gray with a black tipped tail.
By Michelle Sharp.

8:30 pm, April 27, 2017
At Mile 33 near Nelson House
Saw her on April 26 & 27th.
By Alanna Duffy.

March, 2017
Near Flin Flon, Manitoba
Pack of 14 wolves on frozen Lake Athapapuskow.

March, 2017


10:30 am, Saturday, January 7, 2017
About 15 miles south of Split Lake on PR 280.
Single wolf appeared to have blood on its shoulder and snout. Did not show fear of our presence.
By Dieter Beardy



Saturday, December 3, 2016.
Taken north of Thompson.
By Ryan Lalonde.



4:07 pm,  Tuesday, October 18, 2016.
I was leaving Thompson and spotted two wolves on Highway 373.
By Dorothy Moore.




2 pm, Saturday, October 1, 2016
20 km north of Thompson along Highway 391.
We saw two wolves. One black and one white. The white one ducked into the bush quickly, while the black one stopped and lingered. He then ducked into the bush, but not far. He was still watching us.
By Kristie Crate.


Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Along Provincial Road 280 near the Assean River bridge.
By Jordan Ouskun.

4 pm, Wednesday, August 24, 2016
Saw a female adult with 2 pups near Stephens Lake near Provincial Road 280.
By Jordan Ouskun.

Tuesday, August 23, 2016
Saw a pack of 9 wolves. All black ones!
Along Provincial Road 280 where river crosses road into Stephens Lake.
By Jordan Ouskun.


August 4, 2016
We saw a wolf carry a rabbit(?) along hole #4 at the Thompson Golf Course.
By Charlene Norquay

10 am, Thursday, July 28, 2016
Near Hwy 6 south of Wuskwatim Drive.
1 black female and 4 pups – 2 black and 2 grey.
By Billy Beardy

9:15 am, July 11, 2016
Near Birchtree mine south of Thompson along Highway 6.
Noticed one wolf just loping along. Seemed to be in no hurry.
(Noticed thin summer coat)
By Larry Hall.



3 pm, May 12, 2016
A few miles west of Ponton along Highway 39.
Wolf was visible at side of road. We turned car around to see it. It stayed on the road shoulder to watch us.
We decided NOT to feed it as that only makes them used to human food, which is not what we wanted.
By Carol Marshall and Sandy Hayes.

11:30 am, April 11, 2016
Near Joey Lake, 25 miles south of Thompson.
While I was ice fishing, I saw a large gray wolf about 100 yards from me along the shore and he noticed me. I could also see many wolf tracks across the lake ice.
By Peter Sedor.

7:50 am. April 9, 2016
7 km south of Thompson along Highway 6.
Black with dark brown coloured wolf. Looked healthy, but very gaunt.
By Rick Leger.

6:25 am, April 3, 2016
At Mid Lake 20 miles south of Thompson.
The wolf was on the lake when we arrived. He watched us unload the sled, and headed into the woods when we started the skidoo. Once we were set up ice fishing, we could hear the howling of wolves in the woods behind us for over a half hour.
By Michael Thorbourne.

9:15 am, January 29, 2016
Grey wolf with some dark colors on tail ran across No. 6 Highway, from west to east, where signage said Birchtree Mine, approximately 4 miles south of Thompson.
By Kevin Taylor

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Seen in December near Pikwitonei, Manitoba.
We were driving our quad and saw this. I was surprised at the size of this wolf’s paw print in the snow.  They are in excess of 7 inches.  What the photo doesn’t show is the front claws extending under the snow.  The length of one paw is between 7 and 8 inches long. There was another smaller set nearby. Wolves walk through our town quite regularly.  There was a report of four at one time and two more last week.
By Wayne Laubman
10:30 am,  January 23, 2016.
Two wolves walking across the lake in front of our cabin at Setting Lake 52 miles south of Thompson.  Lake is frozen this time of year.
They had dark coats and seemed not to be in any hurry.
By Rick Stuart.


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A recording of the wolf howlings in the video below were sent to Bob Andrews in Ontario who studies wolf vocalizations to determine their meanings. Here are his interesting comments on what is heard in the video clip:

I believe that the wolf in the video is a subordinate. Perhaps, a juvenile. Probably the reason that it would not abandon its position, even when confronted by the human encounter. 
If you listen to the first call from the wolf in the background, I would say this could be one of the dominants (Alfa or Beta). The call is slightly different, but all other replies are the same as the ones made by the black wolf. This unseen wolf is the one “in charge” of the present situation. 
Too bad the viewers discontinued video/audio recording. Based on our knowledge and experience, you would most likely have had the opportunity to hear several different calls giving direction to and with the pack members as they proceeded in stalking the moose. Had they captured their prey and made the kill, you would have been privileged to hearing calls that would include “summoning and greeting calls, caution and warnings” followed by the independent and “social” group howl of victory and contentment, having successfully provided a suitable meal for the pack.
For more information on Bob Andrews’ research, go to:


Posted in December 28, 2015, but seen in October.
A light gray and black wolf seen howling at each other along the abandoned rail line near Soab Lake, 40 miles south of Thompson. The video and photos were taken by Armann Jonasson.

9:30 am, Friday, December 19, 2015.
I left my cottage at Setting Lake Road 2 and saw a large black wolf walking along the shoreline.
By Ben Waldner.

7:10 pm, Saturday, December 12, 105
Saw a large black wolf behind Duke Place in Eastwood area of Thompson. Was walking along the hydro line.
By Hilma Fiedler.


November 11, 2015
Along Highway 39
By  Val Charlette


10:00 am, November 07, 2015
Along Joey Lake Road. 22 miles south of Thompson.
As soon as we got out of our truck to hunt for grouse we heard the wolves howling back and forth to each other. At first it was only 2 and then there were others that joined in. The one wolf was close to us. Also, lots of wolf tracks on the road.
By Jonathan Wamboldt










2:30 pm, November 22, 2015
Near McCreedy Campground north of Miles Hart Bridge along Highway 391.
First saw the black wolf in parking area by gates at McCreedy Campground. It went into the bush and it seemed like it found something to eat in the bush.
By Raymond Compton.










November ?, 2015
By Liz Sousa

9:10 pm, October 24, 2015.
1 km south of Sasagiu Rapids Lodge on east side of the road in the ditch.
Looked like a large male, gray in colour.
By Rob Fisher.
































I was driving the bus from Thompson to Snow Lake & Flin Flon on both regular runs & charters in 2011. During this time I saw a lone black wolf between Ponton & Snow Lake several times & had a couple occasions when I could stop & take photos. This wolf remained in the Ponton area for a few years as I saw it (or one just like it) near the track on Hwy 6. Others reported seeing one in the area during that time.
By Terry Robinson





Driving Hwy 373 to Cross Lake & Norway House.  A few times that summer I spotted a young wolf this side of the Minago River.
By Terry Robinson Thompson MB


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September 19, 2015
Near Nelson House turnoff on Provincial Road 391
By Mel Komodowski


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August 4, 2015. 2:08 pm.
Driving on Hwy 391 about 1 1/2 hours north of Thompson, I crested a small hill and saw a lone black wolf in the ditch, walking toward my vehicle. I stopped and expected he would take to the forest but he continued to walk on the side of the road toward my automobile.
I managed to take a few photos on my cell phone.
The wolf walked across the road to the other side , then stopped beside my truck looking intently down the highway for about 10 seconds. He paid no attention to me in my vehicle. As he strolled to the opposite shoulder of he road I opened my truck door to take a photo of him in the ditch, which did not startle him at all. I could hear another vehicle in the distance so I started to drive southbound when I saw the second black wolf in my rear view mirror. The two wolves appeared to be travelling together in the same direction about 150 feet apart.
By Marion Morberg

July 13, 2015. 9:20 pm.
Along Hwy 6 in the Ospwagan Lake area south of Thompson.
A tan/light brown coloured wolf crossed the highway from west to east, bush to bush. Its bounding gait, particularly evident as it crossed the highway especially, and how it stopped just before it entered the east side bush, stood still and seemed to look directly back at us in our vehicle, which would be almost parallel to it at that point, rather than simply continuing directly into the bush. A very intelligent, majestic look, if I was to characterize it.
By John Barker

June 23, 2015. 8:30 am
Lean tan coloured wolf crossed highway.
North of Thompson near McCreedy Campground.
By Curtis Ross.

June 19, 2015. 8:20 am.
Saw a beautiful, young wolf. It was light brown in colour.
Crossing Highway 6 near Birchtree mine south of Thompson.
By Jen Wiebe.

May 15, 2015. 8:10pm
Saw very large wolf walking along edge of Burntwood River between Aviation Tribute and River Cabaret.
By Stephanie Third.

May 4th or so, 2015.
Wolf crossed the road in front of our vehicle. Fur looked blue gray.
On highway 391, about 100 km north of Thompson between Footprint Bridge and Notigi Dam.
By John Pronteau.



April 25, 2015
These large wolf pawprints were found near Moak Lake, 35 miles north of Thompson.
By Morgan Serger. His shoe size is 11.

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This photo was one of many taken by Manitoba Conservation along the coast of Hudson Bay. Here is a polar bear chasing a wolf. Spirit Way Inc is raising money to further research on the interaction between wolves and mother polar bears as they come off the frozen Hudson Bay in July with their new cubs. There have been sightings of wolves predating on cubs, but no one knows how prevalent these actions are. A few schools in North America may be welcome to participate in this new research project in an unstudied ecosystem at the edge of Canada’s Arctic. CONTACT US if you would like more info.


The following photos were taken by Joe Garson along Highway 391 and 280 north of Thompson over a period of months.


11:15 am, November 23, 2012
It was seen sitting on Yale Avenue in a front yard. Sat still as several cars stopped to look and after about 5 minutes slowly walked back into the treeline between two houses.
Also, Just down the street about 3 weeks ago, two wolves attacked and dog which later died early in the morning.
By Maureen McCartney



11:25 pm, August 18, 2012.
On Deerwood Drive and corner of Wolf Street, I was putting my daughter’s bike in the garage and felt something/someone watching me. I looked in both neighbours back yard to find nothing. I turned around to find a wolf across the street watching me. I grabbed my cat and went inside as fast as I could. Then I continued to watched the wolf out the window. He was trying to cross the street to go down Wolf Street. Two cars drove past really slow and scared him back up in the bush trail that leads to Deerwood School. Seemed like he was trying to get out of town.
By Amanda

August 24, 2012
Along Hwy 6, 5 km south of Ponton.
One beautiful wolf. Big healthy coat silver black in color.
By Arlene Katchmar.


10 pm, August 13, 2012.
Near Crazy Pete’s store on Severn Crescent.
(This same wolf has been spotted over past few weeks between airport and south of town)
By James Goble.

1:00 am, August 5, 2012.
Corner of Arctic Drive & Smith Crescent in front yard of mobile home.
By Charmaine Lagimodiere.


8:40 am, July 12, 2012.
Along Hwy 6 south of Thompson at the edge of town.
Young brown/grey wolf stopped traffic and paced the road before heading into the woods.
Photo by Amanda Jacobs.




9:00 pm, July 8, 2012.
Highway 391 north of Thompson near golf course.
Wasn’t afraid of cars as he stood in the middle of the road looking around as people drove by and took photos.
By Bailey Ernest.

5:00 pm, June 28, 2012
Along Highway 391 north of Thompson near airport road.
Showed no fear of cars. Wandered along road for 10 minutes while vehicles pulled over to watch.
Photos by Larry Hall.

8:10 am, June 20, 2012
I believe he was a young male. He was coming from the ditch to come on to the access road to the airport. He ambled across road and was careful about traffic. He watched the cars as they slowed down for him. We watched him as he crossed the road. He eventually sauntered south toward the gravel pit.
By Ellen Dale.

7:08 am,  June 5, 2012.
On front lawn of our home in Thompson.
Photo by Peter Leinberger.



12:45 pm, May 1, 2012.
Hundred yards south of the Thompson dump entrance on Highway 6.
Healthy looking black wolf standing in ditch watching cars go by.
By Ron Carey.

7:45 am, April 3, 2012
One white wolf with grey black trim.
Highway 6 between Thompson and Paint Lake at old rail bed crossing.
By Connie Robertson.

March 18, 2012
Returning from the Thompson airport we saw a beautiful wolf on the side of the road approximately three miles from town. The wolf walked on the tree line for quite some time allowing us to turn the car around and snap a quick (far away) picture on our phone. Very wonderful sight – it made our day.  🙂
By Tanna & Mackenzie Teneycke

January, 2012.
Three coyotes in Norma Leahy’s back yard in Thompson. Norma had been leaving food out for birds. See the ravens waiting in the trees for their turn.


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December 21, 2011.
Near sled dog team kennels south of Thompson.

2 pm, December 26, 2011.
Came across the wolf east of Sauger Cres. on Millenium Trail. Wolf was about 15 feet in front of us. It was a full bodied, thick furred, healthy looking tan and black gray wolf. The dog we were walking then chased the wolf. (Luckily, the dog had a “beep” collar on and did come back).
By Donna Kildaw.

2:30 pm, November 14, 2011.
Large black wolf ran across road.
On Highway #6 at Birchtree turn off, south of Thompson.
By Amanda Jacobs.

2:30 pm, November 12, 2011.
One large black wolf.
1 km south of old Inco rail line off the Thicket Portage Road.
Saw it while hiking with my dog.
By Randy Todd.

8:20 pm, October 23, 2011
20 miles south at Paint Lake turn-off.
One wolf with large fluffy tail. Came out on highway. Saw us and quickly turned and ran.
By Bobbi Montean

October 8, 2011
Big grey wolf. Not scared of our car at all.
Half way to Paint Lake along road. On East side.
By Sally Oleschak.

Five wolf pups swimming in a river near Thompson, Manitoba.
July, 2011
By Ken Marshall

In July, 2011.
Amazing video of nine wolf pups (count ‘em!) along the river south of Thompson. The 9th one is hiding under the rocks that the two black pups are standing on near the end of the video.

By Ken and Carol Marshall.

Five wolf pups swimming in the river south of Thompson. Mid July, 2011. By Ken Marshall.

5:30 pm, September 15, 2011.
Along Hwy 6 between Paint Lake and Pipe Lake Mine.
Looked very healthy and hasn’t been missing any meals!
By Rachelle Trottier.

5:30 pm, September 15, 2011.
20 km south of Thompson.
Light beige wolf. Not full grown.
By Angel Anderson.

9 pm, August 31, 2011.
I work for highways and saw one about 20 mins north of Thompson on Highway 391. It was pretty dark. One of my fellow workers, Darcy, has seen some close to town. Darcy’s father saw a wolf while fishing on Partridge Crop Lake. It had 9 pups following it.
By Devon Gurniak.

August 18, 2011. 7:40 am.
Junction of Highway 6 and #375 near Paint Lake turn off.
Wolf didn’t look healthy.
By Ron Carey.
(Evidence suggests that this wolf has mange which is caused by mites that affect a wolf’s fur coat and skin. The loss of fur may result in this wolf freezing to death in the winter.)

August 23, 2011
One light grey wolf near jet engine test site 6 miles south of Thompson.
By MDS employee.

August 11, 2011
North of Thompson on Hwy 391. Mile 20. Blueberry Hill.
One skinny brown wolf
By Kelly McKenzie.

August 3, 2011
One wolf 30 minutes NW of Thompson on Provincial Road 391
By Jeff Catcheway and Melissa Dyck-Catcheway

Mid summer 2011, while driving bus along Highway 6.
By Alan Scott.

7:15 am, July 14, 2011
1/4 mile north of McCreedy Park within city limits.
One healthy looking wolf with a good coat.
By Larry Hall.

Midnight, July 11, 2011.
In front of main gate at MDS Jet Engine Test Site. 6miles south of Thompson.
The wolf was facing the front entrance and stayed close to the tree. It gave me a token glance and headed down the right side of the road towards the creek.
By Tim Carter.

Wolf pup at Paint Lake with mother nearby.


July 23, 2011
Took photos of wolf pup at Paint Lake.
By Ken Marshall.

June 27, 2011
Saw mother wolf and pup on shore of Paint Lake. The mother  was howling at us because we had our dog in boat. The pup was playing on shore line when we saw it. We’ve seen two pups at other times.
By Ken Marshall

2:30 pm, March 27, 2011
One two tone brown wolf. “Looked in great shape.”
Along old railway bed near Pipe Lake Mine about 25 miles south of Thompson along Hwy 6.
By Shaky.

7 pm, March 10, 2011.
One grey wolf in the gulley near Yale Apartments in Thompson.” My son, Kalen age 3, and myself were  snowmobiling on the thompson trails. On our way home going past the Legion going down towards the creek I noticed a shadow moving in the tree line coming from the town side of Thompson. It was a huge shape of what I thought was a dog at first. I proceeded forward to try and get my head light from my machine on the animal. To my amazement I realized it was a beautiful grey wolf. It didn’t run away. It just proceeded to walk across the trail curiously looking at my headlight. With my heart pounding and one hand on the throttle and the other trying to take a picture with my cell phone, my son said “look daddy puppy”. I said to him, nope it wasn’t a puppy it was a wolf. it was an experience I won’t forget anytime soon. Kalen and I watched it for several minutes.”
By Clayton Spence.


8:30 pm, December 24, 2010.
Along Nelson Rd in Thompson!
We were driving and looking at Christmas lights and saw a large gray wolf at the end of the road. As we neared, it ran into the bush. When we came closer, we saw it running along the edge and then into  into the forest.
By V.Beckmann

2 pm, December 18, 2010.
One mile north of jet engine test site along Highway 6.
Large, healthy looking. Light tan.
By Carol Marshall.

7:45 am, November 9, 2010.
5 km south of Thompson on Hwy 6.
Three two tone wolves (black and brown?) crossing the highway.
By Chris Simes.

8:10 am, November 6, 2010.
Intersection of Hwy 6 and Paint Lake Access Road.
One black wolf standing near treeline staring at us.
By Chris Simes.

Cell phone photo by Marion Morberg. Nov 2/10.

10:30 am, November 2, 2010.
4 km south of Thompson along Hwy 6.
By Marion Morberg.

NOTE: Manitoba Conservation officers confirm that this sighting is a coyote.

12:50 pm, Friday, October 29, 2010
Three miles south of Thompson along Highway 6
Large white wolf crossing the highway.
By Penny Byer

10 am, October 18, 2010
10 km west of Ponton on Hwy 39.
One jet black young pup at side of road. Ran into bush as we approached.
By Viv & Ted Smook.
Video by Randy Todd.

9 am, October 10, 2010
11 km south of Thompson
One wolf running in the ditch. Not too concerned about me videotaping.
By Randy Todd.

7:15 pm, September 30, 2010
Across from Shooting range on opposite side of road.
Large, almost white wolf walking in ditch.
By Franz L

9 pm, September 15, 2010
14 km west on Hwy 391 towards Lynn Lake.
Two young wolf pups were hunting mice in the grass along the road. Watched them from our car for 10 minutes. They did not seem to be afraid.
By Ted and Vivian Smook.

5:30 pm, September 10, 2010
18 miles south of Thompson on west side of Highway 6 near abandoned railway crosses highway.
Black wolf. Tall. Very lean. It was loping along the highway.
By Blair Hudson.

4 pm, September 6, 2010
Between Wabowden and Sasigiu rapids on Highway 6.
Black wolf along the road.
By Jeff Schultz.

August 30, 2010
1 km north of Block 2, Setting Lake along Highway 6.
Black timberwolf with some silver mixed in. It looked slim but its fur was matted down in steady rain. Head came up to the tip of my car’s mirror. Beautiful creature.
By Peter Frigo.

2:30 pm, Sunday, August 29, 2010.
Crossing Highway 39 between Snow Lake Junction & Ponton.
Large black wolf with silver markings on its nose.
By Linda Markus.


8:00 pm, Sunday, August 8, 2010
Near Setting Lake Boat Launch north of Wabowden.
Photo & Sighting By Chris Simes.

3:00 pm, Monday, July 5, 2010.
5 km south of ThompsonA young wolf on the pavement. Light brown in color. Its legs were quite long for its body. It looked quite healthy and very relaxed. However, it bolted as soon as it became aware of my vehicle.
By Paul Fricker.

Friday, May 7, 2010. 9:30 pm.
Near Inco’s thaw shed where I work.
One grey wolf carrying a beaver tail in its mouth.
Also, I have seen many wolves while I am operating my front end loader.
Two years ago I measured a wolf footprint in the snow that was 5 1/2″ across!
It was the largest wolf I have ever seen.
By Ben Waldner.

May 6, 2010. 6:45 am.
Along Hwy 6 five miles south of Thompson.
One grey and brown wolf carrying an animal in its mouth.
By Wally Itson.

April 30, 2010, 8:00 pm
34 km south of Thompson on Hwy 6
One dark brown wolf
By Matthias Sudfeld.

March 18 & 31, 2010
On Treeline Ave near Norwest Manufacturing.
Two on March 18. Three on March 31.
By Dallas Fourre.

4:30pm, March 23, 2010
8 km south of Joey Lake tower
Large brown wolf
By Susan Ledden.

January 9, 2010
I have seen many wolves while I worked at the MDS jet engine test site south of Thompson.
Along hydro line I saw a pack of 4 wolves – large silver grey male, 3 dark females (?)January 5, 2010
By James McKinnon.

Along road to Jet Engine Testing site south of Thompson.
Two wolves.
By James MacKinnon.


Noon, December 19, 2009
Quarry Road north of Thompson
Large black wolf
By Scott MacMillan.

December 16, 2009.
I was working at MDS jet engine test site 9 miles south of Thompson.
Two wolves – dark female and silver wolf
By James McKinnon.

November 26, 2009.
Near Burntwood Mine site.
One grey male along highway.
By James McKinnon.

Taken by Larry Hall Nov.13, 2009

9:22 am, November 13, 2009
Same vicinity off Birchtree Road 5 miles south of Thompson.
Able to get good photo.
By Larry Hall.

November 6, 2009
30 km south of Ponton.
One large male wolf sighted by Loblaw truck driver. Stopped truck and tried to photo, but too late.
Reported by Earl McKay.



9:14 am, October 28, 2009
Just off Birchtree Road, 5 miles south of Thompson.
Large grey wolf with 3 tones of gray. Photo’d footprint after he left.
By Larry Hall.

11 am, October 2, 2009
20 miles south of Ponton
One pure white wolf watching the hwy survey crew
By Janet Sunburg.

8:32 pm, October 1, 2009
Kevin Flett and I were on our way home from Split Lake to Thompson. Stopped because truck was overheating. A wolf appeared from the bushes and circled the truck three times. Wasn’t scared of us or the two other vehicles that were heading north on the same road.
By Adam Cook.

9:15 pm, August 30, 2009
Highway 6, North of Bah Lake road
Creamy yellow colour with darker mix of browns on its back
By Val Mattila

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4:30 pm, Saturday, August 22, 2009
Between Mile 20 & Wuskwatim Dam turn off on Hwy 391
Standing at side of the road watching cars drive by. Beautiful!
By Gina Beebe/Mike Spence

10:30 am, August 23, 2009
Near Pisew Falls
Light brown female wolf
By Chris Simes

8 am, Aug.12, 2009
On Hwy 6, between Soab Creek and Pisew Falls
Large, lanky, black wolf trotting along edge of highway. We stopped our car; as it went by it turned to watch us with its yellow eyes but it didn’t seem at all wary of us and just continued on its way.
By Margaret White

7:30 am, July 31, 2009
Side of Highway 6. South of Wabowden. Just past turn off to Norway House.
Large black wolf
He watched me and was not concerned as I drove by.

By Ruth Saunders

9:30 am, July 20, 2009
Inco Quartz Quarry Road, south of Thompson
One light coloured silver gray adult
By Bruce Holmes

11:05 pm, July 14, 2009
15 km north of Thompson
One black wolf
Looked like large dog with fluffy tail and cat like ears. Almost missed it.
By Rikki Spear.

6:00 am, June 19, 2009
Near Ospwagan Lake along Hwy 6.
One black wolf standing in the ditch.
I stopped and rolled down the window to look. He turned and walked into the bush.

8:45 am, June 4, 2009
Highway 6, 10 km south of Wabowden
One black & grey wolf standing in ditch
By Ron Trainor & Gary Biglow

By Toni DiVirgilio & Family

9 pm. May 17, 2009.
Provincial Rd #375 near Paint Lake turnoff to Hwy 6.
One beige/grey wolf with a black tipped tail. It blended in well with spring grass and trees. I was able to take a photograph.
By Tony Di Virgilio and family.

May 18, 2009
Highway 6 within 10 miles of Ponton
One wolf
By Tara Devlin

1:00 am. April 30, 2009
16 miles south of Thompson along Hwy #6
One grey/white wolf
By Brendan Roberts

1:30 pm, April 15, 2009
Large wolf while I was walking my dog on hydro line behind Carlton Place in Thompson.
By Gerry Unrau

April 15, 2009
One wolf just before Paint Lake turn-off.
By Donna Wilson

2 pm, April 10, 2009.
Large grey wolf along Moak Lake Road near gravel piles 1 mile before Mystery Mt.
Resting on the snow.
By Nick Smook

6:30 am, April 3, 2009.
Mystery Mt. Parking Lot.
Large black wolf in parking lot at Mystery Mt. Winter Park.
By Barry Little.

1:30 pm, April 10, 2009
Black wolf was crossing Norman Trail at north end of Joey Lake near Hwy 6.
By Astra Holmes.

6:30 pm, April 1, 2009
1/2 mile north of  municipal garbage dump along Highway #6. Grey/black wolf standing in ditch watching traffic.
By Ron Carey.

March 26, 2009
20 km south of Thompson on Hwy 6.
Large black male wolf walking along side of the road.
By Eleanor Killen.

March 19, 2009.
On Hwy 6, 20 km south of Thompson.
Large black wolf on west side of road watching cars go by .
By Gail Morberg.

March 6, 2009
Black wolf near intersection of Liz Lake Cottage Rd and Highway #375.
By Pierce Roberts.

7:45 pm. March 5, 2009
Black wolf in the ditch on Hwy #6. 15 km south of Paint Lake.
By Pierce Roberts.

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