Snowshoe hares depend heavily on camouflage to help keep them from being spotted easily by the many predators that hunt them, however when they turn from the summer brown to winter white and there still is no snow it makes them much more vulnerable to predation. I witnessed a very rare seen this fall when I was on a filming trip in the still snowless Muskwa-Kechika area. A large wolverine ran across the trail in front of me with a freshly caught white snowshoe hare in its mouth. In its fright and haste it dropped the hare and quickly disappeared into the forest. I ambushed there with my camera ready for quite a while, however the wolverine never did come back for its meal. /LEON LORENZ