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Photo Wolf Pack Photographer Caption Location Notes Date taken Date added/updated
UnknownJunction Butte PackTaylor BlandJunction Butte yearling prepares to cross the roadCrystal pullout in Little AmericaJunction Butte yearling (and 5 pack members) wanted to cross the road from the South side to the North side near Slough Creek.2020-10-152020-10-20
UnknownJunction Butte PackTaylor BlandJunction Butte yearling prepares to cross the roadCrystal pullout in Little AmericaJunction Butte yearling (and 5 pack members) wanted to cross the road from the South side to the North side near Slough Creek.2020-10-152020-10-20
UnknownJunction Butte PackTaylor BlandJunction Butte yearling prepares to cross the roadCrystal pullout in Little AmericaJunction Butte yearling (and 5 pack members) wanted to cross the road from the South side to the North side near Slough Creek.2020-10-152020-10-20
UnknownJunction Butte PackTaylor BlandJunction Butte yearling prepares to cross the roadCrystal pullout in Little AmericaJunction Butte yearling (and 5 pack members) wanted to cross the road from the South side to the North side near Slough Creek.2020-10-152020-10-20
UnknownJunction Butte PackBrent GreerEntire Junction Butte Pack RestingNear Slough Creek2020-10-142020-10-20
UnknownJunction Butte PackBrent GreerJunction Butte WolfNear Slough Creek2020-10-142020-10-20
UnknownJunction Butte PackBrent GreerJunction Butte Surround BisonNear Slough Creek2020-10-142020-10-20
UnknownEric Burfeind16 wolves moving northwest in Gardner River Valley as seen from Glen Creek Trail heading NW to Sepulcher Mountain TrialGardners Hole by Glen Creek TrailMule Deer and calf were running SE behind us across Glen Creek Trail when 16 wolves were spotted approximately 1 mile away across the valley. At first 4 - 5 were turned and headed our way but then they all turned and headed NW up valley. Mainly black coated individuals but a couple (3-4) were shades of gray.2020-10-142020-10-14
UnknownEric Burfeind16 wolves moving northwest in Gardner River Valley as seen from Glen Creek Trail heading NW to Sepulcher Mountain TrialGardners Hole by Glen Creek TrailMule Deer and calf were running SE behind us across Glen Creek Trail when 16 wolves were spotted approximately 1 mile away across the valley. At first 4 - 5 were turned and headed our way but then they all turned and headed NW up valley. Mainly black coated individuals but a couple (3-4) were shades of gray.2020-10-142020-10-14
UnknownEric Burfeind16 wolves moving northwest in Gardner River Valley as seen from Glen Creek Trail heading NW to Sepulcher Mountain TrialGardners Hole by Glen Creek TrailMule Deer and calf were running SE behind us across Glen Creek Trail when 16 wolves were spotted approximately 1 mile away across the valley. At first 4 - 5 were turned and headed our way but then they all turned and headed NW up valley. Mainly black coated individuals but a couple (3-4) were shades of gray.2020-10-142020-10-14
UnknownKyle robisonbetween West thumb and lewis LakeWest thumbdoes any one know what pack would be between West thumb and lewis lake? We only saw the last two. One black and this gray.2020-10-112020-10-11
UnknownJunction Butte PackHeather BurkeBlack with hints of red/black legs and feetlamar ValleyWolf crossing the road in Lamar Valley2020-10-092020-10-09
UnknownJunction Butte PackHeather BurkeBlack with hints of redlamar ValleyWolf crossing the road in Lamar Valley2020-10-092020-10-09
1047MJunction Butte PackGloria Straube1047 in Lamar ValleyLamar Valley1047 retrieving a meaty bone from a carcass on the bank, and delivers to the pups about 1 mile away.2020-09-242020-09-30
1047MJunction Butte PackGloria Straube1047 in Lamar ValleyLamar Valley1047 goes back to the carcass on the bank, retrieves a meaty bone, and delivers to the pups about 1 mile away.2020-09-242020-09-30
GrayWapiti Lake PackDenis OsowskiBlack and Gray (Females?) on a hilltop to the east of Yellowstone River & south of Elk Antler Creek.Hilltop East of the Yellowstone River & south of Elk Antler Creek.The black and gray (females?) had been working on a few day old kill below this hilltop on a sandbar in the Yellowstone river. They bedded for about an hour here before going back down to bed in grass about 500 feet east of the kill.2020-09-172020-10-12
BlackWapiti Lake PackDenis OsowskiBlack (female?) leaving a kill site in the middle of the Yellowstone River south of Elk Antler Creek.East bank of the Yellowstone River south of Elk Antler Creek.The black pictured and a gray had been working on a few day old kill. The gray had already moved off to a hilltop to the NE. This Black was on her way to join the gray on the hilltop when this photo was taken.2020-09-172020-10-12
BlackWapiti Lake PackDenis OsowskiBlack (female?) at a kill site in the middle of the Yellowstone River south of Elk Antler Creek.Middle of the Yellowstone River south of Elk Antler Creek.The black pictured and a gray had been working on a few day old kill. The gray had already moved off to a hilltop to the NE. This Black was on her way to join the gray on the hilltop when this photo was taken.2020-09-172020-10-12
BlackWapiti Lake PackDenis OsowskiBlack (female?) at a kill site in the middle of the Yellowstone River south of Elk Antler Creek.Middle of the Yellowstone River south of Elk Antler Creek.The black pictured and a gray had been working on a few day old kill. The gray had moved off to a hilltop to the NE. The black later joined the gray on the hilltop. The two cam back down to a place about 500 feet east of the kill and bedded in the grass and were joined by yet another Black. The pictured black left the other two to come back to the kill. About an hour after this photo was taken the White alpha female arrived to have a turn at the kill. This black considered approaching the White but then thought better of it and kept her distance.2020-09-172020-10-12
White FemaleWapiti Lake PackDenis OsowskiWhite Female on her way to an old killHayden Valley South of Elk Antler Creek on East side of Yellowstone RiverHayden Valley South of Elk Antler Creek on East side of Yellowstone River after her crossing it. She was headed to a kill in the delta of the river. Two collared wolves had already been there all morning.2020-09-172020-10-08
White FemaleWapiti Lake PackDenis OsowskiWhite Female at an old killHayden Valley South of Elk Antler Creek on East side of Yellowstone River 44°38'23.3Hayden Valley South of Elk Antler Creek on East side of Yellowstone River at a kill in the delta of the river. Two collared wolves had already been there all morning. 44°38'23.3"N 110°27'02.2"W2020-09-172020-10-08
White FemaleWapiti Lake PackDenis OsowskiWhite Female at an old killHayden Valley South of Elk Antler Creek on East side of Yellowstone River 44°38'23.3Hayden Valley South of Elk Antler Creek on East side of Yellowstone River at a kill in the delta of the river. Two collared wolves had already been there all morning. 44°38'23.3"N 110°27'02.2"W2020-09-172020-10-08
White FemaleWapiti Lake PackDenis OsowskiWhite Female on her way to an old killHayden Valley South of Elk Antler Creek on East side of Yellowstone RiverHayden Valley South of Elk Antler Creek on East side of Yellowstone River after her crossing it. She was headed to a kill in the delta of the river. Two collared wolves had already been there all morning.2020-09-172020-10-08
White FemaleWapiti Lake PackDenis OsowskiWhite Female on her way to an old killHayden Valley South of Elk Antler Creek on East side of Yellowstone RiverHayden Valley South of Elk Antler Creek on West side of Yellowstone River prior to her crossing it. She was headed to a kill in the delta of the river. Two collared wolves had already been there all morning.2020-09-172020-10-08
White FemaleWapiti Lake PackDenis OsowskiWhite Female on her way to an old killHayden Valley South of Elk Antler Creek on East side of Yellowstone RiverHayden Valley South of Elk Antler Creek on West side of Yellowstone River prior to her crossing it. She was headed to a kill in the delta of the river. Two collared wolves had already been there all morning.2020-09-172020-10-08
White FemaleWapiti Lake PackDenis OsowskiWhite Female at an old killHayden Valley South of Elk Antler Creek on East side of Yellowstone River 44°38'23.3Hayden Valley South of Elk Antler Creek on East side of Yellowstone River at a kill in the delta of the river. Two collared wolves had already been there all morning. 44°38'23.3"N 110°27'02.2"W2020-09-172020-10-08
UnknownCatherine MooreBlack younger wolfLamar ValleyI am not sure which wolf this is but am quite sure it is part of the Junction Butte Pack. If anyone can identify, I would appreciate it very much. It seems to be younger than the other one that was with it that I believe was collared. They were both in the area west of Slough Creek along the river and then crossed the road in front of us headed South into Lamar Valley.2020-08-232020-09-15
UnknownCatherine MooreOlder black wolfTaken by the river on the same side as Slough Creek in Lamar ValleyPlease identify seems to be collared and older.2020-08-232020-09-15
UnknownCatherine MooreBlack younger wolfLamar ValleyPlease identify for me, this seemed to be younger than the one that I believe was collared that was with this one.2020-08-232020-09-15
UnknownCatherine MooreOlder black wolfLamar ValleyPlease identify, older collared I believe.2020-08-232020-09-15
UnknownWapiti Lake PackKaren EndersonThree Blacks & one gray pupHayden ValleyWe saw the 3 black wolves come out, 2 came down, swam the river & crossed the road. One stayed behind with the gray pup (left side of 3rd picture)2020-08-032020-08-12
UnknownWapiti Lake PackKaren EndersonThree Blacks & one gray pupHayden ValleyWe saw the 3 black wolves come out, 2 came down, swam the river & crossed the road. One stayed behind with the gray pup (left side of 3rd picture)2020-08-032020-08-12
UnknownWapiti Lake PackKaren EndersonThree Blacks & one gray pupHayden ValleyWe saw the 3 black wolves come out, 2 came down, swam the river & crossed the road. One stayed behind with the gray pup (left side of 3rd picture)2020-08-032020-08-12
1048MJunction Butte PackTaylor Bland1048M waiting to feedSlough Creek1048M was waiting his turn to feed on a bison carcass near the Slough Creek campground road2020-07-282020-09-06
1048MJunction Butte PackTaylor BlandWaiting to feedSlough Creek1048M was waiting to feed on a bison carcass near the Slough Creek campground road2020-07-282020-09-06
UnknownTaylor BlandThe 2 year old yearling, also known as the "Third Mother"Slough CreekThe 2 year old female yearling waiting her turn to feed on a bison carcass while howling to the rest of the pack2020-07-282020-09-06
UnknownWapiti Lake PackKaren Enderson3 Wapitis with 1 black puppyHayden ValleyWe believe the lead wolf was trying to move the puppy across the road but was unsuccessful.2020-07-282020-08-12
UnknownMichael SypniewskiGrey collared yearling investigating bison carcassSlough CreekGrey collared yearling seen along the off the Slough Creek dirsr road investigating bison carcass2020-07-282020-08-07
1229FJunction Butte PackTaylor Bland1229F posed in little America while the rest of the pack bedded around herLittle America1229F, 1047M, 1228F and some yearlings milled about in Little America while waiting to cross the road back over to the rendezvous site to the rest of the pack2020-06-162020-09-06
1228FJunction Butte PackTaylor Bland1228F was milling aroundLittle AmericaMessing around with 4 other members of the Junction Butte pack, including alpha male 1047M2020-06-162020-07-21
UnknownJunction Butte PackTaylor BlandUncollared yearling milling about in Little AmericaLittle AmericaMessing around with 4 other members of the Junction Butte pack, including alpha male 1047M2020-06-162020-07-21
UnknownWapiti Lake PackKaren EndersonWapiti Alpha Female & two uncollared wolvesAlum CreekAll three came to a carcass on Alum Creek.2020-06-022020-08-12
UnknownWapiti Lake PackKaren EndersonWapiti Alpha Female & two uncollared wolvesAlum CreekThe gray appears to be or had been nursing (when you zoom in)2020-06-022020-08-12
White FemaleWapiti Lake PackLauren BunkerWhite Female and YearlingsAlum CreekWhite female and three yearlings feed on elk carcass at Alum Creek. 9 total wolves were present, including male alpha. Approached from south, retreated to west, then south along tree line.2020-06-022020-06-04
White FemaleWapiti Lake PackLauren BunkerWhite Female and YearlingsAlum CreekWhite female and three yearlings feed on elk carcass at Alum Creek. 9 total wolves were present, including male alpha. Approached from south, retreated to west, then south along tree line.2020-06-022020-06-04
890MMollie's PackTaylor Bland890M milling aboutRound Prairie890M was milling about in Round Prairie with other members from the Mollie's pack before returning back down to Pelican Valley2020-06-012020-09-06
1238MMollie's PackTaylor Bland1238M milling about in Round PrairieRound Prairie1238M and other members of the Mollie's pack milling about in Round Prairie before moving back down to Pelican Valley2020-06-012020-09-06
1090FMollie's PackLauren BunkerBlack Alpha Female waits to cross roadRound PrairieBlack Alpha Female observed cars and ran east to west from Round Prairie across road, around and over ridge toward Pebble Creek Campground2020-06-012020-06-11
UnknownMollie's PackLauren BunkerBlack Mollie's YearlingRound PrairieBlack yearling came south over the hill to the west of round prairie and driveway to pebble creek campground. Retreated after too much attention from park visitors.2020-06-012020-06-04
UnknownMollie's PackLauren BunkerBlack Mollie's YearlingRound PrairieBlack yearling came south over the hill to the west of round prairie and driveway to pebble creek campground. Retreated after too much attention from park visitors.2020-06-012020-06-04