Wolf gets caught getting it in with the pack leaders daughter!

Damn! Got caught with your pants down!

The alpha couple will actively discourage last years offspring from mating to ensure that there are not more mouths to feed, but a young male seems adamant to pursue the interest of one young female…

The gray wolf is generally monogamous, with mated pairs usually remaining together for life, unless one of the pair dies. Upon the death of one mated wolf, pairs are quickly re-established. Since males often predominate in any given wolf population, unpaired females are a rarity. If a dispersing male gray wolf is unable to establish a territory or find a mate, he mates with the daughters of already established breeding pairs from other packs. Such gray wolves are termed “Casanova wolves” and, unlike males from established packs, they do not form pair bonds with the females they mate with. Some gray wolf packs may have multiple breeding females this way.