Fact vs. fiction: The effect wolves have on Yellowstone's game animals, ecology
After 25 years of wolves in Yellowstone, we can answer lingering concerns regarding their influence on elk and moose populations, as well as answer whether wolves can truly be credited with changing rivers.
Yellowstone National Park: Genetic researchers pinpoint origin of Yellowstone’s black wolves ~ Missoula Current
(KPAX) YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — The black wolves of Yellowstone are a striking icon that draws many wildlife watchers to the world’s first national park. But scientists say historically wolves d…
Yellowstone to Uintas Connection - CounterPunch.org
Ancient Pathways Just south of the Montana State line, in the lower Big Horn Basin, sits Natural Trap Cave: a large circular hole in the ground with a 30-foot vertical drop to a cavern below. You can’t see it until you are nearly upon it. Today it is covered by a metal grate, but for More
Studies of wolf-elk interactions continue in Yellowstone | Laramie | laramieboomerang.com
By AMBER TRAVSKY It’s been 25 years. It was mid-January of 1995 when the first wolves arrived in Yellowstone National Park. The gray wolves arrived from Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada and …
Yellowstone's Wolves 25 years after reintroduction: The effects on ranchers
This series has allowed federal, state, and local wildlife and managers to respond to claims, questions, and concerns, regarding wolf reintroduction and in so doing, separated fact from fiction, and reality from fables. We've examined the rationale behind reintroduction, claims regarding wolf taxonomy, and the factual effects of wolves on Yellowstone's ecology and game animals. This article will examine the factual effects of wolves on people.
Yellowstone Wolves: Science and Discovery in the World’s First National Park
Yellowstone Wolves: Science and Discovery in the World’s First National Park | KGVM Community Radio
Yellowstone celebrates wolf reintroduction on Facebook Live each Tuesday in March
Yellowstone National Park wildlife biologists will broadcast on Facebook Live each Tuesday at 11 a.m. MST in March to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the return of wolves to the
The Economic Benefits and Struggles of Wolves in Yellowstone
Since the reintroduction of gray wolves in the mid-1990s, biologists and economists have been astounded by the amount of change these predators have wrought.
Fish and Wildlife Commission tightens wolf, elk hunting rules | State & Regional | missoulian.com
The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission tightened wolf hunting rules near Yellowstone National Park and reduced elk shoulder seasons in west-central Montana Thursday. The subject of elk and…