isle royale

Have you heard of Isle Royale National Park in northern Michigan? If not, put it on your list. Great kayaking, wildlife (moose!), and an awesome lodge to stay at in Rock Harbor. Giddy up!

Isle Royale National Park (28 of 59)

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(at Isle Royale National Park)

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A foggy morning face off! Two young bull moose test each other at Isle Royale National Park in Michigan. This photo was taken in Tobin Harbor as the moose locked horns. Photo by Carl TerHaar (www.sharetheexperience.org).

L. David Mech and Adolph Murie both wrote an anecdote about wolves getting rid of fleas by holding a stick in their mouth while submerging themselves little by little, until they are completely underwater and the fleas all jump on the stick, which the wolf then lets go of.
—  L. David Mech in “The wolves of Isle Royale” (1966), and Adolph Murie in “The Wolves of Mount Mckinley” (1985)