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We are always looking for competent volunteers or collaborators with extensive wilderness experience. But, field research on the white wolves of the High Arctic is a hard business. These animals inhabit very remote areas, and transportation costs are high. Most importantly, research grants are few and far between. Therefore, in most cases, you will be expected to pay for costs associated with your participation in an expedition: Transportation, insurance, food, fuel, and gear. A typical cost estimate is around US$8,000-10,000 for one month in the field. You must also be in excellent physical and mental health. Things can get rough in the High Arctic both in summer and in winter! And, there will probably not be an easy way to get back to civilization, if you don’t want to be there any more. Being fully qualified and prepared are therefore critically important! In summer, we normally search for the wolves by hiking around the study area, often with heavy backpacks, but we have also used helicopters, and even mountain bikes. In winter, we have used snowmobiles, skis with pulks, or even a dog sled for transportation.