First Snow Autumn colours on ground is possible to see throughout September, but the best autumn colours on ground is after mid-September all the way throughout October or until the snow. In October it is possible to stay in hide all day and night, in autumn wolverines can be active also during the
Harsh wintery conditions In winter, there is a very good chance of observing and photographing the wolverines on snow, the snow is very deep and soft this time of year. In winter and spring before and during the emergence of the first bear, the probability of observing wolverine is very high, ranging between 70-90% per evening. During this time of year, photographic opportunities are plentiful showing the hardy wolverine foraging for food.
Day & Night It is still possible that the wolverines may frequent the area during the daytime. In winter it is possible to stay in hide all day and night. In dark time there is chance to see Northern Lights in the northern sky from hides.
Contrasting Colours In April there is still a very good chance of observing and photographing the wolverines on snow. Due to the size of the wolverine, the frost and hard snow brought about by the low temperatures will help it move more easily. Photographing the predators on the snow is popular due to the contrasting colours of landscape and animal.
At Wild Brown Bear wolves are also present year round. However, due to their large territory size and behavioural characteristics they are more elusive than the Bear or Wolverine. Spring and Autumn tend to be the most effective seasons for viewing the wolves. If the conditions are right it is even possible to see wolves alongside the other apex predators in the area; the wolverine and the bear.
Over recent years individual wolves from a local pack have been seen to frequent the area, usually the wolves travel individually to cover ground as a pack more easily, however, in the winter months it is more common for wolves to travel together as it makes for easier work travelling through the snow as a group.