wolf tracking has been done in about 20 degrees below zero and with snow to the
knees. Now is the winter for real. It´s demanding but beautiful, the job is not
so bad right now!
snow is deep and loose, moves the wolves in the same manner as the lynx. They
usually go where it is least snow, through the bushes and under dense trees.
That is when the tracker's main equipment is a proper hood!
If you do not have a hood, you have to tighten your belt, then the snow will at least do not extend below the lower back ...