In the picture are 11 wolves. Use this guide for their locations.
The Haida Indians were primarily located near the Southeastern area of Alaska or the Northwestern area of the North American Continent. The canoe, as stated from their history, was used in both the hunting of whales and seals. The Thunderbird wing or Eagles wing was placed on the canoe to give it it's speed, and the wolf symbol above the Thunderbird means that they are from the Wolf Clan. The name Wind Stalkers comes from their stories about the young wolves. During the winter months, the young wolves would chase the snow eddies across the frozen lake and the Indians would watch them play and knew that the Great Spirit put them here for a reason. They also believe that the Guardian Spirits still protect the wolves from harm.
Accomplishments of this picture: This picture was picked up by Leanin’ Tree as a Christmas card.