December 3, 2015:: How many wolves were in Yellowstone in 2014, what were their wolf pack territories, and what were their kills. Download the report.
Changes to Yellowstone 10 years since the 1995 wolf reintroduction program - 306 inhabited the ecosystem and created a balance between predators and prey.
Ecotourism in Yellowstone has increased since gray wolves were reintroduced to the ecosystem, boosting local economies by an estimated $5 million per year.
Complete your vacation to Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks by visiting the not-for-profit Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center in West Yellowstone, Montana. Observe live bears and wolves in naturalistic habitats.
Yellowstone wolves pick their prey depending on wolf pack size. Small packs attack elk. Larger packs attack bison.
A recent study out of the scientific journal reports that killing a wolf that preys on sheep or cattle is not be the best strategy to protect the livestock.
Recently, my family embarked on a 1-day private tour to go wildlife watching. Read about our adventure.
It is as predictable as sunrise in the morning. Almost every time federal wolf recovery coordinator Ed Bangs goes to a meeting about wolves in the Northern Rockies...
Yellowstone’s huge, wide valleys make excellent habitat for wildlife. For your best chance of spotting them, point your compass toward the Lamar and Hayden.
Bears are omnivores. That means they eat both meat and plants. But bears also have seasonal needs for food based on a hibernation period.
Wildlife is abundant throughout these two national parks. See them in their natural habitat in the areas they frequent most.
Dr. James Halfpenny, famous mammal tracker, instructor and author in Yellowstone National Park, says reading animal tracks is like a detective game
Yellowstone wolves are causing a tropic cascade of ecological change, including helping to increase beaver populations and bring back aspen, and vegetation.
Predator attacks, a hard winter, and hunting has resulted in a 10% decrease in the Northern Yellowstone elk herd in 2012
Yellowstone elk populations have dramatically risen and fallen in recent decades, but researchers are arguing over the relative impact of wolf predation on elk populations.
For decades, the sole rulers of Yellowstone were grizzly bears. They are now re-learning how to cope with the rise of an equal competitor - the reintroduced gray wolf.
Wolf 832AF (AKA "06" - for the year she was born) was the Alpha Female of the Lamar Canyon Pack killed on Dec 6, 2012 as part of Wyoming's wolf hunt.
Inside Yellowstone, wolves are considered a national treasure. Outside, in the states of WY, MT and ID, they are received with slightly less verve.