mating no birthing no
Nanaimo 2 2
Palartok 3 2
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Nanaimo Territory the area is less elevated, therefore wind is calm and the snow has thinned out

Palartok Territory snow is still somewhat deep, but traveling is not as difficult as before. Springtime will be delayed in this area

Freelands wind is still harsh as always, though snowfall has steadied out and is not so abrupt as before

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Forts and Towns - Location Info

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Post  Sambhur on Thu Jan 09, 2014 8:15 am

Note we were unable to find valid photos of these locations from around the 1960s. Nonetheless we imagine the towns would have been very similar in appearance.

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info ;; Fairbanks is the largest city in the Interior region of Alaska, and second largest in the state. According to estimates, the population of the city is 32,070, and the population of the Fairbanks North Star Borough is 100,343. Even though this is an area within the Palartok territory, wolves do not visit it. It is an urban area and wolves have no reason to enter it, but that doesn't mean certain stubborn or adventurous characters are not allowed to take some risks.

location ;; south-west area of the territory.

notes ;; lack of food may force wolves to search for food in Fairbanks.

Forts and Towns - Location Info 67ljcm

info ;; surprisingly, Fort Yukon is located in Alaska, and not Yukon. At the last census the population was 583 and is predominately Gwich'in Alaska Natives. It is located 8 miles (13 km) north of the Arctic Circle, at the confluence of the Yukon and Porcupine Rivers and in the middle of the Yukon Flats. While it is much less risky for a wolf to visit Fort Yukon than Fairbanks, wolves would usually prefer to not go near human populations unless forced to.

location ;; north-west, just below Philip Smith Mountains.

notes ;; lack of food may force wolves to search for food in Fort Yukon.

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