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Yellowstone Wolf Genealogy Project A Boon For Wolfwatchers

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Looking to learn more about Yellowstone wolves? The Yellowstone Wolf Genealogy Family Tree project is here to help.

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Biologists Say Wolves Improve Yellowstone Ecosystem

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Yellowstone biologists say wolves have improved Yellowstone’s ecosystem since reintroduction in 1995.

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What A Wyoming Wolf Hunt Could Mean for Yellowstone Wolves

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Yellowstone wolf dynamics could change considerably when Wyoming fully resumes management of wolves outside the park.

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New Yellowstone Science Issue Focused on Native Fish Restoration

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The new edition of Yellowstone Science highlights ongoing efforts to restore native fish to Yellowstone National Park.

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More Elk Migrating Out of Yellowstone Into Montana

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Elk numbers are up in northern Yellowstone, according to a recent survey from the Northern Yellowstone Wildlife Working Group. Further, more are migrating into Montana.

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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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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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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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Yellowstone Elk Population Stable According To Annual Aerial Survey

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The elk population in northern Yellowstone National Park/southern Montana is stable according to a new survey released this week.

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