Playtime for Wolf Pack as Nor'easter Blankets New York Sanctuary

Wolves at the Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem, New York, enjoyed snow brought on by a nor’easter on February 1.

Sharing this footage, the organization wrote, “Wolves are well adapted to survive on the snowy landscape. Guard hairs that form the visible outer layer of a wolf’s coat work like a raincoat, and an insulating undercoat keeps them warm.”

Up to 30 inches of snow was recorded in the tri-state area as of Monday, the National Weather Service reported. Credit: Maggie Howell/Wolf Conservation Center via Storyful