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Notable Yellowstone Wolf From Canyon Pack Killed

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One of Yellowstone National Park’s most notable wolves was killed after sustaining severe injuries.

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Bison Winterkill Benefits Yellowstone Wolves To Great Extent

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With more bison in Yellowstone National Park, more wolves are benefiting from their winterkill.

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Interview: David Quammen, Author of Yellowstone

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When David Quammen was asked to write the body of National Geographic’s May 2016 issue on Yellowstone National Park, he was surprised.

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Latest Yellowstone Science Issue Dedicated To Yellowstone Wolves

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The latest issue of Yellowstone Science will be dedicated to Yellowstone wolves, from reintroduction to the present.

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Wolfwatchers Concerned After Horses Get Loose In Yellowstone National Park

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Wolfwatchers in Yellowstone National Park’s Lamar Valley are incensed after a number of horses escaped from a commercial outfitter.

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“Yellowstone is the mecca to see wolves” says National Wolfwatcher Coalition Executive Director

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They do it for love.

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New Study Claims Culling of Large Carnivores (Wolves, Bears) Spurs Poaching

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A new ecology study has posited a strong link between sanctioned hunting and poaching of endangered/threatened large carnivores.

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Montana FWP Proposes Tripling Wolf Harvest In District Bordering Yellowstone

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Montana FWP officials reportedly want to triple the number of gray wolves hunters can kill in an area bordering Yellowstone National Park.

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New Study Links Wolf Hunts With Frequency of Wolf Sightings In Yellowstone, Denali

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A new study funded by the National Park Service has posited a link between wolf hunts and wolf sightings in Yellowstone National Park.

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New Study Outlines How Mange Affects, Changes Yellowstone Wolves

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In Yellowstone’s wolf population, mange is causing more than fur loss. It’s causing wolves to lose body heat and alter their habits.

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