Posted by The Next Google on Wednesday, September 15, 2018 10:31:10This week’s pack of cold-weather wolves is the first since the start of the season and is expected to be the toughest pack in the northern United States in the next few months.
The new pack of four wolves is expected in mid-October, with the next three expected to arrive later in the month.
The pack has already been a fixture in the eastern Great Lakes region, with its northern range in the St. Lawrence River, the Hudson River and Lake Michigan stretching across New York, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan.
The first of these packs, which will be in the Lower Hudson Valley, will arrive in late October.
This will be the second pack to arrive in New York’s Upper Hudson Valley in 2018.
The last pack of five wolves that arrived in the region was the first to arrive late last year, and will continue to arrive as early as mid-December.
These four wolves have been traveling to the Lower East Side in the last few weeks, according to the National Weather Service.
This will be just the first of three packs of wolves that will arrive later this year, as well as a fourth pack that will be arriving later in 2019.
In 2019, the pack of three wolves will be a full month after the first pack arrived.
It will be one of the first packs in the U.S. to make its first visit to the Upper Hudson River since 2012, and is the only pack to have made its first crossing of the river in the lower Hudson Valley since 2009.
The other packs in this year’s cold pack include the New York and Michigan packs.
They have also been traveling east, making their first trip to the U-Maine-Ohio border in early October.