In Derk Hansen's print Nature's Medley-Wolves we see a wolf pair howling. Contrary to popular folklore, they are not howling at the moon nor does their howling habits change with the phases of the moon. They howl as a signal for their pack to gather. They howl to signal to other wolves to stay away from their territory. And the males howl more frequently during wintertime breeding season to attract a female mate. They howl in an upward position in order for their vocalizations to carry further.
Buy this great wolf print as an open edition in an unframed image size of 13" x 17".