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Rapid Shots: Arctic Wolf also know as the Polar wolf or White wolf, a subspecies of the gray wolf, live in the most inhospitable terrain in the world where temperatures rarely raises above -30 degree Celsius. Thanks to its isolation the Arctic wolf is not a threatened species, but faces other challenges such as climate change. Here in a wolf preserve I had an opportunity to document the intimate life of these magnificent creatures. In the following weeks we will look closer into their hidden life.
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Shravan Regret Iyer’s “This is America – All New”

 

 

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One of the greatest wildlife management success stories in the history of the United States is Turkey Restoration Project. In the mid 1800’s, turkeys had almost disappeared in New Jersey due to the habitat changes and killing for food. In the year 1977 22 birds were reintroduced in the wild establish their population across the state. Today the state wide population of wild turkey is estimated to be around 23,000 with an annual harvest of around 3,000 birds.
Join me @shravanregretiyer and experience the East coast like never before.
Visit @regretiyerproductions and shravanregretiyer.com for more stories from the natural world.
Shravan Regret Iyer’s “This is America – All New”