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UnknownJill RichardsonBlack wolf near the roadBy Grand Loop road east of Slough CreekThe wolf crossed the road as I was driving past. I was so surprised that I did not note the location or time, but it was certainly east of Slough Creek. Later, others who heard about it said it occurred near the confluence, but I cannot confirm if that is correct.2017-05-162017-05-18
UnknownJill RichardsonBlack wolf near the roadBy Grand Loop road east of Slough CreekThe wolf crossed the road as I was driving past. I was so surprised that I did not note the location or time, but it was certainly east of Slough Creek. Later, others who heard about it said it occurred near the confluence, but I cannot confirm if that is correct.2017-05-162017-05-18
UnknownMollie's PackClay Rousemale yearlingLamar Valley-Trashcan pulloutThe wolf was near Trashcan pullout after attack by Junction Pack and swimming the Lamar River. He was sick for a day after inhaling water and started home on May 162017-05-132017-05-19
926FLamar Canyon PackGloria Straube926f Alpha Female Lamar CanyonsLamar Valley926f coming out of the trees headed to a bison carcass. 949m, her mate, has just retreated into the trees. Her daughter Little T chased off a grizzly bear.2017-04-202017-04-29
926FLamar Canyon PackGloria Straube926f napping and staringLamar Valleyafter eating what is left of an old bison carcass, 926f beds down in front of a tree and decides to stare back.2017-04-202017-04-29
926FLamar Canyon PackGloria StraubePregnant Lamar Canyon Alpha Female feeding on a carcassLamar Valley926F eating from a weeks old bison carcass near Round Prairie2017-04-192017-04-21
926FLamar Canyon PackJudy McMullen926F Goes to greet packNear Soda Butte926F was at the den site and was howling for the rest of the pack. They seemed reluctant to cross the road to her, so she went to them.2017-04-082017-04-19
Unknownnancy vandermeygray collared wolfon road between west yellowstone and madison junctionWalked on road long way from Madison Junction heading west, went up in trees to pass us as we approached in snowcoach, continued west2017-03-072017-04-25
UnknownCougar Creek Packnancy vandermeygray collared wolfon road between west yellowstone and madison junctionWalked on road long way from Madison Junction heading west, went up in trees to pass us as we approached in snowcoach, continued west2017-03-072017-04-25
763MProspect Peak PackPanzer Gnauck763M Howling for 907F of the Junction Butte PackBetween Slough Creek and the Lamar RiverThis is a wolf that I have not seen too much over the years. On this day 907F was mated with 1048M which I think is his son. He kept howling across the valley while they tied up for about twenty minutes. The photo is from quite a distance, however when you zoom in one can see that he has taken many injuries over time. The old guy seams to be getting along just fine! Maybe he will be the alpha male of his third pack, the Junction Buttes. Who knows? It was quite fun to watch the whole event.2017-02-182017-03-22
926FLamar Canyon PackPanzer GnauckLamar Canyon Alphas 926F and HuskySheep Cliffs, North of Soda Butte CreekAfter Husky had howled for twenty minutes down by the road, he finally went to join 926F in the Sheep Cliffs. It is my opinion that the photo shows two things. First it seams clear that 926F is very certain of her surroundings and sees this area as a point of refuge, along with a place for her pack to regroup. Second, these two are definitely ready for the mating season to begin in a couple of months and have formed a recent bond.2016-12-242017-01-03
UnknownLamar Canyon PackPanzer GnauckHusky (New Lamar Canyon Alpha Male) by the Sheep CliffsJust North of the road and Soda Butte Creek.Christmas Eve morning was exciting. The Prospects had been in the area of the Lamar Canyon Pack, South of the Soda Butte Cone. 926F headed North across the road to what some have always called the Sheep Cliffs. Many of us had been watching 949M in the Soda Butte Valley, along with the Prospects up on Norris Mountain, when the one they call Husky headed towards 926F. I drove to the pull off just East of the Confluence, got out of the truck and hiked East. Husky knew that 926F was safe, and then started howling very close to the road for the other three Lamar Canyon wolves. When I thought he might be coming at me I realized I was too far from my truck and went back to the vehicle. He never left his spot on the hill, until I drove by. Being that four cars stopped in front of me, I stuck the camera out the sunroof and took several photos for about two minutes, at which point traffic started moving again.2016-12-242016-12-31
926FLamar Canyon PackGloria StraubeLamar Canyon Pack traveling as a group in -22 degree winter watherLamar Valley5 of the Lamar Canton Pack including 926F (Alpha F), Little T (her daughter), 949M (Alpha M), Dot and Husky...traveling together and disappearing into the cold snowy sunset.2016-12-072017-03-03
Little TLamar Canyon PackGloria StraubeLittle T, 926F, Husky, 949M and Charcoal travel into the snowy sunset.Lamar ValleyAfter Little T shared her snack of a "white snowshoe hare" with the pack, they start to travel back into the trees. Lamar Canyon Pack currently consist of: 926F, Little T, Husky, 949M and Charcoal.2016-12-072017-01-10
926FLamar Canyon PackGloria Straube926F in the leadLamar Valley926F leading her pack away into the snowy sunset2016-12-072016-12-11
712MCanyon PackPanzer GnauckCanyon Pack on a fresh calf elk.Confluence of Indian Creek and Lava Creek which is the Headwaters of the Gardiner River.While looking for Pygmy Owls on my way home, I spotted a large group of elk clustered tightly North of the High Bridge. A couple named Kirsty and Alan had noticed the same thing. They parked and watched South of the bridge and I set up to the North. About ten minutes later they spotted the younger black Canyon along the Gardiner River under the bridge. They had to go, so I drove across and parked to the South. I then hiked Northeast with the intent of reaching the confluence @ Lava Creek. About 400 yards from the water were 2 grays and the black they had seen. Because I had watched the Canyons the previous two summers I thought it was them. Just after I set up my tripod I heard timber breaking clear up by my truck. The next thing I knew a small bunch of elk came running within 30 feet of me headed directly for the wolves. The elk emerged next to the three wolves I had been watching, but in addition they had the grey female 3 year old right on their heels. 712M appeared on the other side of the Gardiner River. He grabbed one of the calves by the neck off the bank and held on while the other four wolves took the calf down in the water. In the photo you will see them after they drug the elk just East of the Confluence. As I write this it is now March of 2017. 712M should be turning 12. The grey female should be 4. The larger black and grey left would be 2, and the remaining grey is 1. The white female showed up afterwards. Sorry for all the blood.2016-12-032017-03-30
Small DotLamar Canyon PackPanzer GnauckSmall Dot with Husky BlackNear Soda Butte ConeSmall Dot was running with Husky Black in pursuit of 965M who was courting Little T. Husky has not been seen recently to my knowledge and is likely deceased. Small Dot continues to thrive at this time with 949M (Alpha Male); 926F (Alpha Female); Little T (Beta Female); and Small Dot (Beta Male). I say Beta, because all four of these wolves appear to be dominant survivors going in to the Summer of 2017.2016-11-222017-05-08
926FLamar Canyon PackPanzer Gnauck926F Alpha Female - Scent TrailingSoda Butte Cone Area926F was scent trailing where 965M had crossed the road. At one point I was able to get low enough to see her big feet and eyes, but not her collar.2016-11-222016-11-28
965MLamar Canyon PackPanzer Gnauck965M and Little TJust North of the Soda Butte ConeAs many know, Little T and 926F (Alpha Female) have increased the numbers of the Lamar Canyon Pack recently by adding four former members of the Beartooth Pack, including 949M. On this morning 965M was howling at the main pack from the North. Little T ran to him from South of Soda Butte Creek and then got him to follow her across the road just South of the Soda Butte Cone. At that point all five of the other blacks gave chase, and 965M retreated behind our cars. Later all six blacks crossed the road, headed North, just East of the Soda Butte Cone.2016-11-222016-11-28
UnknownWapiti Lake PackPanzer GnauckWapiti Lake Pack, without 755MYellowstone River, Hayden ValleyThe photo has 9 members of the Wapiti Lake Pack. The White Alpha Female is in the center with all three of the former Mollie males, including 1014M, 1015M, and one male black. 755M and the White Female's offspring are all present with 3 gray pups, one black pup, and the 1 1/2 year old gray female. It seamed as though the adults were scenting the Mollies which had been in the valley the night before.2016-11-052016-11-28
UnknownCatherine AvilezWolves crossing river/meadowFountain Flat DriveThe 3 wolves crossed the Firehole River and fanned out into the trees toward Fairy Creek. Only three wolves evident while we were here.2016-10-152016-10-19
UnknownCatherine AvilezWolves crossing river/meadowFountain Flat DriveThe 3 wolves crossed the river and fanned out into the trees toward Fairy Creek. Only three wolves evident while we were here.2016-10-152016-10-19
UnknownCatherine AvilezWolves crossing river/meadowFountain Flat DriveThe 3 wolves crossed the river and fanned out into the trees toward Fairy Creek. Only three wolves evident while we were here.2016-10-152016-10-19
UnknownCatherine AvilezWolves crossing river/meadowFountain Flat DriveThe 3 wolves crossed the river and fanned out into the trees toward Fairy Creek. Only three wolves evident while we were here.2016-10-152016-10-19
UnknownCatherine AvilezWolves crossing river/meadowFountain Flat DriveThe 3 wolves crossed the Firehole River and fanned out into the trees toward Fairy Creek. Only three wolves evident while we were here.2016-10-152016-10-19
UnknownCatherine AvilezWolves crossing river/meadowFountain Flat DriveThe 3 wolves crossed the river and fanned out into the trees toward Fairy Creek. Only three wolves evident while we were here.2016-10-152016-10-19
UnknownCatherine AvilezWolves crossing river/meadowFountain Flat DriveThe 3 wolves crossed the river and fanned out into the trees toward Fairy Creek. Only three wolves evident while we were here.2016-10-152016-10-19
UnknownCatherine AvilezWolves crossing river/meadowFountain Flat DriveThe 3 wolves crossed the river and fanned out into the trees toward Fairy Creek. Only three wolves evident while we were here.2016-10-152016-10-19
UnknownCatherine AvilezWolves crossing river/meadowFountain Flat DriveThe 3 wolves crossed the river and fanned out into the trees toward Fairy Creek. Only three wolves evident while we were here.2016-10-152016-10-19
UnknownCatherine AvilezWolves crossing river/meadowFountain Flat DriveThe 3 wolves crossed the river and fanned out into the trees toward Fairy Creek. Only three wolves evident while we were here.2016-10-152016-10-19
926FLamar Canyon PackDeby Dixon926F, fully recovered from mange, the first time we saw her with males from the Beartooth pack, including 949Soda Butte ValleyThis was my first good look at 926 in quite some time. Last Winter this wolf had terrible mange and was bald on her belly and over much of her body. Today, 926 has recovered fully from mange. In the past 18 months this wolf has lost 3 alpha males, two known to be deceased and the other presumed so. Her fourth male, 965, was recently run off by males from the Beartooth pack. She has also lost most of her pups, with only one known survivor, Little T. The pack now consists of 926, Little T, Beartooth 949 and two other black males from the Beartooth pack.2016-10-092016-11-01
UnknownWapiti Lake PackPanzer GnauckThe Wapiti Lake Alpha Female was wandering near the river in the trees by the Mary Mountain trailhead.Hayden Valley, North of the Mary Mountain trail and West of the road.It is my understanding that all of the Wapiti's had been on an elk carcass on the river. Apparently NPS moved the carcass early in the AM. I think the Alpha was coming back to it.2016-10-082017-04-28
926FLamar Canyon PackGloria Straube926f traveling with Little T and 965mLamar Valley926f is traveling with her pack mates, her mate 965m and daughter Little T2016-09-232016-09-27
926FLamar Canyon PackGloria Straube926f with her mate 965mLamar Valley926f with her mate 965m and Little T2016-09-232016-09-27
Little TLamar Canyon PackGloria Straube926f or Little T travelingLamar ValleyLittle T taking a quick break while traveling with 926f and 965m2016-09-232016-09-27
926FLamar Canyon PackGloria StraubeLamar Canyon Pack of 3 travelingLamar ValleyLittle T and 926f traveling through Lamar Valley2016-09-232016-09-27
965MLamar Canyon PackGloria Straube965M traveling with 926f and Little TLamar Valley965m traveling with 926f and Little T2016-09-232016-09-27
UnknownJunction Butte PackClay RouseI believe black pupAntelope Creek about below the turnoff to Mount WashburnAll the Junctions were in the valley after feeding on two carcasses in the valley2016-09-222017-01-06
965MLamar Canyon PackGloria Straube965m, 926f, Little TLamar ValleyAfter not beening seen in over a month, 965m along with 926f and Little T show themselves traveling in Round Prairie. Shortly after this photo, the Beartooth Boys take over the pack.2016-09-222017-01-05
996MProspect Peak PackGloria Straube996m headed towards a bison carcassLamar Valley across from the buffalo ranch996m headed toward a bison carcass. With pack members 964m, uncollared gray female and an uncollared black male. Coyotes also coming in on the carcass.2016-09-222016-09-27
996MProspect Peak PackGloria Straube996m howling at the 3 coyotesLamar Valley across from the buffalo ranch996m along with 964m and 2 uncollared pack members near a bison carcass. Coyotes are lingering around the carcass also. 965m is trying to claim the carcass.2016-09-222016-09-27
996MProspect Peak PackGloria Straube996m headed toward a bison carcassLamar Valley across from the buffalo ranch996m headed toward a bison carcass. With pack members 964m, uncollared gray female and an uncollared black male.2016-09-222016-09-27
964MProspect Peak PackGloria StraubeProspect Peak PackLamar ValleyProspect Peak Pack Howling in Lamar Valley2016-09-222016-09-27
996MProspect Peak PackGloria StraubeYearling black wolf headed towards Bison carcassLamar ValleyYearling Prospect Peak member2016-09-222016-09-27
UnknownWapiti Lake PackGloria StraubeWapiti YearlingHayden ValleyWapiti Yearling eating Bison carcass just off the road from Grizzly Overlook2016-07-312016-09-30
755MWapiti Lake PackGloria Straube755m greeting his 4 pupsHayden Valley755m greeting his 4 pups after being kicked out of his pack by the 3 Mollies.2016-07-312016-09-30
1015MWapiti Lake PackGloria StraubeThe 3 Mollies, The Alpha Female and Wapiti Yearling returning from the Bison CarcassHayden ValleyThe 3 Mollies and Wapiti Yearling returning from the Bison Carcass. Very close to 755m and his pups.2016-07-312016-09-30
1015MMollie's PackGloria Straube3 Mollies eating bison carcass with Wapiti yearlingHayden Valley3 Mollies 1013, 1014, 1015 eating bison carcass with Wapiti yearling2016-07-302016-09-30
1015MWapiti Lake PackGloria Straube3 Mollies and Wapiti YearlingHayden Valley3 Mollies 1013, 1014, 1015 traveling with Wapiti yearling and Wapiti Alpha female2016-07-302016-09-30
UnknownWapiti Lake PackGloria Straube3 Mollies and Wapiti YearlingHayden Valley3 Mollies 1013, 1014, 1015 and wapiti yearling laying in the meadow while 755 watches on2016-07-302016-09-30
755MWapiti Lake PackGloria Straube755m heading towards greeting his 4 pups in Hayden ValleyHayden Valley755m heading towards greeting his 4 pups in Hayden Valley. At this point in time, he has been replaced by the 3 mollie yearlings: 1013, 1014, 1015.2016-07-302016-09-30
910MCinnabar PackPanzer Gnauck910M Formerly of the 8-Mile Pack. Now the presumed alpha male of the Cinnabar Pack.Gallatin RangeIt looks like 910M has dispersed from the 8-Mile Pack and now roams with four other blacks, including three young ones.2016-07-232017-04-27
910MCinnabar PackPanzer Gnauck910M with two black pups and the young Cinnabar female.Gallatin RangeThe pups stayed in the rocks, while the two adults crossed the river and howled back at them.2016-07-232017-04-07
UnknownCinnabar PackPanzer GnauckYoung female of the Cinnabar Pack.Southern Gallatin Range, Yellowstone.This one stopped and howled very early in the morning.2016-07-232017-03-16
910MCinnabar PackPanzer Gnauck910M with pack.Gallatin Range910M with three pups and a young female.2016-07-232017-03-16
755MWapiti Lake PackHidekatsu Kajitani755M and daughterAlum Creek in Hayden Valley755M and daughter near Alum Creek2016-07-092016-07-11
755MWapiti Lake PackHidekatsu Kajitani755M and daughterAlum Creek in Hayden Valley755M and daughter near Alum Creek2016-07-092016-07-11
755MWapiti Lake PackHidekatsu Kajitani755M and daughterAlum Creek in Hayden Valley755M and daughter near Alum Creek2016-07-092016-07-11
UnknownJunction Butte PackGloria StraubeJunction Butte YearlingSlough creekJunction Butte Yearling with pups near the den site in slough creek2016-07-072016-09-30
UnknownJunction Butte PackGloria StraubeJunction Butte yearlingSlough CreekJunction Butte Yearling with pups near the den site in slough creek2016-07-072016-09-30
755MWapiti Lake PackHidekatsu Kajitani755M at Trout Creek bison carcassTrout Creek in Hayden Valley755M at Trout Creek bison carcass2016-07-022016-07-12
755MWapiti Lake PackHidekatsu Kajitani755M at Trout Creek bison carcassTrout Creek in Hayden Valley755M at Trout Creek bison carcass2016-07-022016-07-12
755MWapiti Lake PackCurt Howell755M with yearling feeding on bison carcassHayden Valley at Trout CreekEarlier in the week a bison died and the Wapiti Pack and a couple of Grizzly Bears took full advantage of the opportunity. A couple of members of the Wapiti pack had already come and gone at this point but 755M and this yearling showed up for one last attempt at a meal. The carcass was very picked over at this point. We were very happy to see 755M as we had seen him 5 years earlier on a cow elk kill when he was the alpha of the Lamar Pack. see other photos2016-07-022016-07-09
755MWapiti Lake PackCurt HowellGuarding Elk Calf Kill on Yellowstone RiverIn between Trout Creek and Canyon Village on the Yellowstone River755M and two other wolves were seen taking down an elk calf on the far shore of the Yellowstone River. By the time I arrived the other two wolves had left. 755M at this point had climbed up the bank and was resting in the evergreens but was still very vigilant in keeping the ravens off his kill. It was very kind of him to pose so elegantly at the top of this deadfall. I doubt the rangers felt the same way. The traffic jam he created was probably over two miles long.2016-07-022016-07-09
755MWapiti Lake PackCurt HowellSnarling at Ravens looking to poach his killIn between Trout Creek and Canyon Village on East bank of Yellowstone River755M and two other wolves were seen taking down an elk calf on the far shore of the Yellowstone River. By the time I arrived the other two wolves had left. 755M at this point had climbed up the bank and was resting in the evergreens but was still very vigilant in keeping the ravens off his kill.2016-07-022016-07-09
755MWapiti Lake PackCurt Howell755M resting after killing and eating elk calfBetween Trout Creek and Canyon Village on East shore of Yellowstone River755M and two other wolves were seen taking down an elk calf on the far shore of the Yellowstone River. By the time I arrived the other two wolves had left. 755M at this point had climbed up the bank and was resting in the evergreens but was still very vigilant in keeping the ravens off his kill.2016-07-022016-07-09
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackNicole BelvillWhite Lady, Alpha Female Canyon PackBetween artist paint pots and norris geyser basinBeautiful white lady prancing through the meadow, saw her for about less than a minute or two in a valley between artist paint pots and norris geyser basin. My first wolf, glad to have gotten a few picutures of her, She didnt seem to have much of a limp and was pretty graceful. I know other photographers have said she has a limp but she seemed perfectly fine to me.2016-06-252016-07-25
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackNicole BelvillTaken in a meadow between artist paint pots and norris geyser basinyellowstone national park, norris geyser basinMy first wolf is canyon packs alpha female "white lady" Not collared, Appeared between artist paint pots and Norris Geyser basin2016-06-252016-07-24
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackNicole BelvillTaken in a meadow between artist paint pots and norris geyser basinyellowstone national park, norris geyser basinMy first wolf is canyon packs alpha female "white lady" Not collared, Appeared between artist paint pots and Norris Geyser basin2016-06-252016-07-24
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackNicole BelvillTaken in a meadow between artist paint pots and norris geyser basinyellowstone national park, norris geyser basinMy first wolf is canyon packs alpha female "white lady" Not collared, Appeared between artist paint pots and Norris Geyser basin2016-06-252016-07-24
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackNicole BelvillTaken in a meadow between artist paint pots and norris geyser basinyellowstone national park, norris geyser basinMy first wolf is canyon packs alpha female "white lady" Not collared, Appeared between artist paint pots and Norris Geyser basin2016-06-252016-07-24
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackNicole BelvillCanyon Wolf Alpha Female, "White Lady" and my first wolfBetween artist paint pots and norris geyser basinMy boyfriend and I left artist paint pots on our way to norris geyser basin, We drove into a valley about 10 minutes outside of norris and saw people pulled over watching a small herd of bison. Out of no where she runs across the field, probably only stayed in the area for a minute or less and than went into the trees. Was taken from my car with a nikon p900. Ive been there four times and this was the first time I saw a wolf. Glad it was her.2016-06-252016-07-24
965MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin965M from Soda Butte MidpointSoda Butte Valley965M from Soda Butte Midpoint2016-06-052016-06-30
993MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin993M from Soda Butte MidpointSoda Butte Valley993M from Soda Butte Midpoint2016-06-052016-06-30
993MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin993M from Soda Butte MidpointSoda Butte Valley993M from Soda Butte Midpoint2016-06-052016-06-30
993MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin993M from Soda Butte MidpointSoda Butte Valley993M from Soda Butte Midpoint2016-06-052016-06-30
UnknownClay RouseBlack wolfAbout 1/2 mile west of the ranch Lamar ValleyUnknown black wolf feeding on a Bison carcass just south of road2016-05-092017-01-06
UnknownProspect Peak PackNina BerryYoung black wolf, shedding winter coatSouth side of the road Blacktail PlateauNot sure if this is a young member of Prospect Peak Pack, but from the location in the Blacktail Plateau, that's the best guess. This wolf crossed the road about 100 yards in front of our van, then paused on the southern side of the road to look at us. It stayed there for several minutes as other cars stopped. It moved a little further away, then sat down briefly still looking at us, then got up and loped away. My program guide, Shauna, said she or he looks like a yearling to her.2016-05-042016-05-11
UnknownPeter DettlingUnknown wolf peeing in a Blacktail Pond, proving to be a "he"Blacktail PondsA drowned bison laying in a Blacktail Pond attracted a variety of scavengers. A single, light black colored and collared male wolf was present near the carcass around 6.30 am, April 2nd. It could have been 763M? The wolf retreated a few hundred meters and started to howl starting at 7:15am. The wolf finally left the area in the direction where I thought I heard distant wolf calls coming from the north. The next morning, April 3rd, there were a total of 4 wolves present, three from the Prospect Peak Wolves (two were collared,821F and 763M? The third one looked very much like 763M?, but wasn’t collared). The fourth wolf seems to have been either a former Prospect Peak wolf or a dispersal from another territory. The rumor went around that this fourth wolf was a female, who was kicked out earlier by the family. However, I photographed this wolf as he was peeing in a male subordinate’s way. Also interesting, this male was visibly larger than the collared black male (763M?), but showed submissive behaviour as he was approached by him. Soon after, around 7:20am, the “intruder” was chased away by the Prospects before they left the area. At 10:30am the lone black wolf was back and stayed in the immediate area of the carcass until at the very least April 6th as night fell. During those “epic” days the lone wolf showed incredible behaviour. Courageously he came face to face with the large male grizzly bear feasting on the bison carcass (see photo).2016-04-032016-04-10
UnknownPeter DettlingTwo Prospect Wolves haning out near bison carcassBlacktail PondsA drowned bison laying in a Blacktail Pond attracted a variety of scavengers. A single, light black colored and collared male wolf was present near the carcass around 6.30 am, April 2nd. It could have been 763M? The wolf retreated a few hundred meters and started to howl starting at 7:15am. The wolf finally left the area in the direction where I thought I heard distant wolf calls coming from the north. The next morning, April 3rd, there were a total of 4 wolves present, three from the Prospect Peak Wolves (two were collared,821F and 763M? The third one looked very much like 763M?, but wasn’t collared). The fourth wolf seems to have been either a former Prospect Peak wolf or a dispersal from another territory. The rumor went around that this fourth wolf was a female, who was kicked out earlier by the family. However, I photographed this wolf as he was peeing in a male subordinate’s way. Also interesting, this male was visibly larger than the collared black male (763M?), but showed submissive behaviour as he was approached by him. Soon after, around 7:20am, the “intruder” was chased away by the Prospects before they left the area. At 10:30am the lone black wolf was back and stayed in the immediate area of the carcass until at the very least April 6th as night fell. During those “epic” days the lone wolf showed incredible behaviour. Courageously he came face to face with the large male grizzly bear feasting on the bison carcass (see photo).2016-04-032016-04-10
UnknownPeter DettlingCollared Prospect Wolf approaching unknown wolfBlacktail PondsA drowned bison laying in a Blacktail Pond attracted a variety of scavengers. A single, light black colored and collared male wolf was present near the carcass around 6.30 am, April 2nd. It could have been 763M? The wolf retreated a few hundred meters and started to howl starting at 7:15am. The wolf finally left the area in the direction where I thought I heard distant wolf calls coming from the north. The next morning, April 3rd, there were a total of 4 wolves present, three from the Prospect Peak Wolves (two were collared,821F and 763M? The third one looked very much like 763M?, but wasn’t collared). The fourth wolf seems to have been either a former Prospect Peak wolf or a dispersal from another territory. The rumor went around that this fourth wolf was a female, who was kicked out earlier by the family. However, I photographed this wolf as he was peeing in a male subordinate’s way. Also interesting, this male was visibly larger than the collared black male (763M?), but showed submissive behaviour as he was approached by him. Soon after, around 7:20am, the “intruder” was chased away by the Prospects before they left the area. At 10:30am the lone black wolf was back and stayed in the immediate area of the carcass until at the very least April 6th as night fell. During those “epic” days the lone wolf showed incredible behaviour. Courageously he came face to face with the large male grizzly bear feasting on the bison carcass (see photo).2016-04-032016-04-10
UnknownPeter DettlingCollared Prospect Wolf approaching unknown wolfBlacktail PondsA drowned bison laying in a Blacktail Pond attracted a variety of scavengers. A single, light black colored and collared male wolf was present near the carcass around 6.30 am, April 2nd. It could have been 763M? The wolf retreated a few hundred meters and started to howl starting at 7:15am. The wolf finally left the area in the direction where I thought I heard distant wolf calls coming from the north. The next morning, April 3rd, there were a total of 4 wolves present, three from the Prospect Peak Wolves (two were collared,821F and 763M? The third one looked very much like 763M?, but wasn’t collared). The fourth wolf seems to have been either a former Prospect Peak wolf or a dispersal from another territory. The rumor went around that this fourth wolf was a female, who was kicked out earlier by the family. However, I photographed this wolf as he was peeing in a male subordinate’s way. Also interesting, this male was visibly larger than the collared black male (763M?), but showed submissive behaviour as he was approached by him. Soon after, around 7:20am, the “intruder” was chased away by the Prospects before they left the area. At 10:30am the lone black wolf was back and stayed in the immediate area of the carcass until at the very least April 6th as night fell. During those “epic” days the lone wolf showed incredible behaviour. Courageously he came face to face with the large male grizzly bear feasting on the bison carcass (see photo).2016-04-032016-04-10
UnknownPeter DettlingTwo Prospect Wolves haning out near bison carcassBlacktail PondsA drowned bison laying in a Blacktail Pond attracted a variety of scavengers. A single, light black colored and collared male wolf was present near the carcass around 6.30 am, April 2nd. It could have been 763M? The wolf retreated a few hundred meters and started to howl starting at 7:15am. The wolf finally left the area in the direction where I thought I heard distant wolf calls coming from the north. The next morning, April 3rd, there were a total of 4 wolves present, three from the Prospect Peak Wolves (two were collared,821F and 763M? The third one looked very much like 763M?, but wasn’t collared). The fourth wolf seems to have been either a former Prospect Peak wolf or a dispersal from another territory. The rumor went around that this fourth wolf was a female, who was kicked out earlier by the family. However, I photographed this wolf as he was peeing in a male subordinate’s way. Also interesting, this male was visibly larger than the collared black male (763M?), but showed submissive behaviour as he was approached by him. Soon after, around 7:20am, the “intruder” was chased away by the Prospects before they left the area. At 10:30am the lone black wolf was back and stayed in the immediate area of the carcass until at the very least April 6th as night fell. During those “epic” days the lone wolf showed incredible behaviour. Courageously he came face to face with the large male grizzly bear feasting on the bison carcass (see photo).2016-04-032016-04-10
UnknownPeter DettlingUnknown Wolf coming face to face with a grizzly bear near bison carcassBlacktail PondsA drowned bison laying in a Blacktail Pond attracted a variety of scavengers. A single, light black colored and collared male wolf was present near the carcass around 6.30 am, April 2nd. It could have been 763M? The wolf retreated a few hundred meters and started to howl starting at 7:15am. The wolf finally left the area in the direction where I thought I heard distant wolf calls coming from the north. The next morning, April 3rd, there were a total of 4 wolves present, three from the Prospect Peak Wolves (two were collared,821F and 763M? The third one looked very much like 763M?, but wasn’t collared). The fourth wolf seems to have been either a former Prospect Peak wolf or a dispersal from another territory. The rumor went around that this fourth wolf was a female, who was kicked out earlier by the family. However, I photographed this wolf as he was peeing in a male subordinate’s way. Also interesting, this male was visibly larger than the collared black male (763M?), but showed submissive behaviour as he was approached by him. Soon after, around 7:20am, the “intruder” was chased away by the Prospects before they left the area. At 10:30am the lone black wolf was back and stayed in the immediate area of the carcass until at the very least April 6th as night fell. During those “epic” days the lone wolf showed incredible behaviour. Courageously he came face to face with the large male grizzly bear feasting on the bison carcass (see photo).2016-04-032016-04-10
996MProspect Peak PackPanzer Gnauck996M Was eyeing a carcass that a Grizzly had claimed on the Blacktail Ponds. He was moving West towards Undine.Near Blacktail Ponds.996M was howling back to other Prospects after he left the Blacktail Ponds where a Griz was sitting on top of a yearling Bison.2016-04-022016-08-07
UnknownPeter DettlingJunction Butte Wolves moving through Little AmericaLittle AmericaMarch 28, 2016 Little America – Sighting of the Junction Butte wolves. A minimum of 4 Junction Butte wolves moving through Little America rather swiftly. Two black and two grey, including one collared grey one, which quite likely was the breeding male 911M. There may have been a fifth (black) wolf, but cannot confirm with images. 911M was limping and hesitated to step on his hind right foot. He nonetheless trotted quickly through the plains. We observed the wolves moving through bison herds and the hilly landscape of Little America. We also observed some howling between the wolves as they moved through not as a "unit", but rather spread out at times. Finally we observed one black wolf crossing the road and apparently one other wolf already had crossed the road before ( color unknown - although Rick McIntyre was there also that day and he told us of the wolf, that already had crossed the road). At the end we saw and heard how two grey wolves were howling forth and back on the north side of the Lamar River, close to the bridge ( one was the collared one 911M) until they had reunited and then moved on. That is where we lost track of all the Junction Butte wolves.2016-03-282016-04-09
UnknownPeter DettlingJunction Butte Wolves moving through Little AmericaLittle AmericaMarch 28, 2016 Little America – Sighting of the Junction Butte wolves. A minimum of 4 Junction Butte wolves moving through Little America rather swiftly. Two black and two grey, including one collared grey one, which quite likely was the breeding male 911M. There may have been a fifth (black) wolf, but cannot confirm with images. 911M was limping and hesitated to step on his hind right foot. He nonetheless trotted quickly through the plains. We observed the wolves moving through bison herds and the hilly landscape of Little America. We also observed some howling between the wolves as they moved through not as a "unit", but rather spread out at times. Finally we observed one black wolf crossing the road and apparently one other wolf already had crossed the road before ( color unknown - although Rick McIntyre was there also that day and he told us of the wolf, that already had crossed the road). At the end we saw and heard how two grey wolves were howling forth and back on the north side of the Lamar River, close to the bridge ( one was the collared one 911M) until they had reunited and then moved on. That is where we lost track of all the Junction Butte wolves.2016-03-282016-04-09
UnknownPeter DettlingJunction Butte Wolves moving through Little AmericaLittle AmericaMarch 28, 2016 Little America – Sighting of the Junction Butte wolves. A minimum of 4 Junction Butte wolves moving through Little America rather swiftly. Two black and two grey, including one collared grey one, which quite likely was the breeding male 911M. There may have been a fifth (black) wolf, but cannot confirm with images. 911M was limping and hesitated to step on his hind right foot. He nonetheless trotted quickly through the plains. We observed the wolves moving through bison herds and the hilly landscape of Little America. We also observed some howling between the wolves as they moved through not as a "unit", but rather spread out at times. Finally we observed one black wolf crossing the road and apparently one other wolf already had crossed the road before ( color unknown - although Rick McIntyre was there also that day and he told us of the wolf, that already had crossed the road). At the end we saw and heard how two grey wolves were howling forth and back on the north side of the Lamar River, close to the bridge ( one was the collared one 911M) until they had reunited and then moved on. That is where we lost track of all the Junction Butte wolves.2016-03-282016-04-09
UnknownPeter DettlingJunction Butte Wolves moving through Little AmericaLittle AmericaMarch 28, 2016 Little America – Sighting of the Junction Butte wolves. A minimum of 4 Junction Butte wolves moving through Little America rather swiftly. Two black and two grey, including one collared grey one, which quite likely was the breeding male 911M. There may have been a fifth (black) wolf, but cannot confirm with images. 911M was limping and hesitated to step on his hind right foot. He nonetheless trotted quickly through the plains. We observed the wolves moving through bison herds and the hilly landscape of Little America. We also observed some howling between the wolves as they moved through not as a "unit", but rather spread out at times. Finally we observed one black wolf crossing the road and apparently one other wolf already had crossed the road before ( color unknown - although Rick McIntyre was there also that day and he told us of the wolf, that already had crossed the road). At the end we saw and heard how two grey wolves were howling forth and back on the north side of the Lamar River, close to the bridge ( one was the collared one 911M) until they had reunited and then moved on. That is where we lost track of all the Junction Butte wolves.2016-03-282016-04-09
UnknownPeter DettlingJunction Butte Wolves moving through Little AmericaLittle AmericaMarch 28, 2016 Little America – Sighting of the Junction Butte wolves. A minimum of 4 Junction Butte wolves moving through Little America rather swiftly. Two black and two grey, including one collared grey one, which quite likely was the breeding male 911M. There may have been a fifth (black) wolf, but cannot confirm with images. 911M was limping and hesitated to step on his hind right foot. He nonetheless trotted quickly through the plains. We observed the wolves moving through bison herds and the hilly landscape of Little America. We also observed some howling between the wolves as they moved through not as a "unit", but rather spread out at times. Finally we observed one black wolf crossing the road and apparently one other wolf already had crossed the road before ( color unknown - although Rick McIntyre was there also that day and he told us of the wolf, that already had crossed the road). At the end we saw and heard how two grey wolves were howling forth and back on the north side of the Lamar River, close to the bridge ( one was the collared one 911M) until they had reunited and then moved on. That is where we lost track of all the Junction Butte wolves.2016-03-282016-04-09
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction pupLittle AmericaPup from near Aspen West2016-03-282016-03-31
969FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlin969F from near Aspen WestLittle America969F from near Aspen West2016-03-282016-03-31
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction pupLittle AmericaPup from near Aspen West2016-03-282016-03-31
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction pupLittle AmericaPup from near Aspen West2016-03-282016-03-31
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlin907F from near Longs PulloutLittle America907F from near Longs Pullout2016-03-282016-03-31
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlin970F and two pupsLittle America970F and two pups from near Aspen West2016-03-282016-03-31
UnknownElizabeth TapanesWolf in Lamar Valley"Lamar Valley" ish areaOverheard the wolf researchers saying this was a juvenille. He/she wanted to cross the road in Lamar, but they seemed to have gotten spooked by it. Lots of wold research activity this day, and lots of wolves out.2016-03-082016-04-20
UnknownKenneth VogelTuff cliff 1Tuff cliffLight color wolf has a distinctive limp2016-02-232016-02-25
UnknownKenneth VogelTuff cliff 1Tuff cliffLight color wolf has a distinctive limp2016-02-232016-02-25
UnknownKenneth VogelTuff cliff 1Tuff cliffLight color wolf has a distinctive limp2016-02-232016-02-25
UnknownKenneth VogelTuff cliff 1Tuff cliffLight color wolf has a distinctive limp2016-02-232016-02-25
UnknownKenneth VogelTuff cliffTuff cliffOther passengers thought they saw a third wolf up in the trees. The light colored wolf has a distinctive limp of front leg2016-02-222016-02-25
UnknownKenneth VogelTuff cliffTuff cliffOther passengers thought they saw a third wolf up in the trees. The light colored wolf has a distinctive limp of front leg2016-02-222016-02-25
UnknownKenneth VogelTuff cliffTuff cliffOther passengers thought they saw a third wolf up in the trees. The light colored wolf has a distinctive limp of front leg2016-02-222016-02-25
UnknownKenneth VogelTuff cliffTuff cliffOther passengers thought they saw a third wolf up in the trees. The light colored wolf has a distinctive limp of front leg2016-02-222016-02-25
UnknownKenneth VogelTuff cliffTuff cliffOther passengers thought they saw a third wolf up in the trees. The light colored wolf has a distinctive limp of front leg2016-02-222016-02-25
UnknownLamar Canyon PackPeter MurrayLamar CP Pup with mangeLamar Canyon WestPup was trying to reach the pack to the west of Marge Simpson Tree.2016-02-172016-03-01
UnknownLamar Canyon PackPeter MurrayLamar CP Pup with mangeLamar Canyon WestPup was trying to reach the pack to the west of Marge Simpson Tree.2016-02-172016-03-01
UnknownLamar Canyon PackPeter MurrayLamar CP Pup with mangeLamar Canyon WestPup was trying to reach the pack to the west of Marge Simpson Tree.2016-02-172016-03-01
UnknownLamar Canyon PackPeter MurrayLamar CP Pup with mangeLamar Canyon WestPup was trying to reach the pack to the west of Marge Simpson Tree.2016-02-172016-03-01
UnknownLamar Canyon PackPeter MurrayLamar CP Pup with mangeLamar Canyon WestPup was trying to reach the pack to the west of Marge Simpson Tree.2016-02-172016-03-01
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunctionsHellroaring areaJunction Butte Pack and carcass2016-02-162016-02-22
UnknownJunction Butte PackKathie LynchJunctionsHellroaringJunction Buttes at the carcass, at right. The interesting thing is to the left, where alpha 970F stands with high, curved tail over 907F. Meanwhile, alpha 911M and 890M lie there, waiting for a chance to breed with 907F (but I think 970F is telling 911M he better not!).2016-02-162016-02-22
UnknownJunction Butte PackKathie LynchJunction Butte pupsHellroaringI think these are seven of the eight Junction Butte pups. The two blacks always seem to be present. The darker black pup is a male, and the lighter black pup is a female.2016-02-162016-02-22
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinFrom Lower Hellroaring.Lower Hellroaring.From Lower Hellroaring.2016-02-152016-02-16
UnknownDoug McLaughlinUnknown grey maleHellroaring areaThe unknown grey male at Hellroaring where the Junctions also were.2016-02-142016-02-16
992MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin992M from Bob's KnobSlough Creek areaLamar 992M from Bob's Knob2016-02-132016-02-16
UnknownLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamars from Bob's KnobSlough Creek areaLamars 926F, 992M and 993M from Bob's Knob2016-02-132016-02-16
UnknownLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamars from Bob's KnobSlough Creek areaLamars from Bob's Knob2016-02-132016-02-16
UnknownLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinMottled from YESYES PulloutMottled from YES2016-02-082016-02-16
UnknownLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinMottled from YESYES PulloutMottled from YES2016-02-082016-02-16
UnknownLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinMottled from YESYES PulloutMottled from YES2016-02-082016-02-16
UnknownJunction Butte PackMax Venturi3 wolves in the woodsSlough CreekAfter kill and eat an elk wolves come back in the woods2016-02-062016-03-01
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunctionsLittle AmericaJunctions seen from Long's Pullout in Little America2016-02-062016-02-22
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunctions 890M and 970FLittle AmericaJunctions 890M and 970F seen from Long's Pullout in Little America2016-02-062016-02-22
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte pupLittle AmericaJunctions seen from Long's Pullout in Little America2016-02-062016-02-22
911MJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunctions 911MLittle AmericaJunction 911M seen from Long's Pullout in Little America2016-02-062016-02-22
890MJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction 890MLittle AmericaJunction 890M seen from Long's Pullout in Little America2016-02-062016-02-22
UnknownLamar Canyon PackMax VenturiJust short time after Mollies Pack attack and kill Blackie..Soda ButteWe arrived in the area and we quickly realized that in the night the Mollies had hit hard. They had attacked and killed one of the sick and black wolves and injured other one.. In fact, our first sighting was one of the blacks wolves moving away in the snow with difficulty, not only for mange but why hurt. And under a tree not far, the other's black wolf dead. As we watched the area, trying to spot the culprits in the background a whole mountain began to howl .. The howl of victory of Mollies. A powerful howling, long, sharp, fantastic and horrific at the same time2016-02-052016-03-01
UnknownLamar Canyon PackMax VenturiGray Wolf with mangle on elk carcassLamar ValleyGray Wolf with mangle on elk carcass2016-02-042016-03-01
UnknownLamar Canyon PackKathie LynchLamar Canyon gray pupHitching Post areaLamar Canyon gray pup scavenging on a elk carcass (killed a month ago) by Hitching Post. The hair on its tail appears to be growing back, but the insides and outsides of its legs still look bad.2016-02-042016-02-16
UnknownLamar Canyon PackKathie LynchLamar Canyon gray pupHitching Post areaLamar Canyon gray pup scavenging on a elk carcass (killed a month ago) by Hitching Post. The hair on its tail appears to be growing back, but the insides and outsides of its legs still look bad.2016-02-042016-02-16
UnknownLamar Canyon PackKathie LynchLamar Canyon gray pupHitching Post areaLamar Canyon gray pup scavenging on a elk carcass (killed a month ago) by Hitching Post. The hair on its tail appears to be growing back, but the insides and outsides of its legs still look bad.2016-02-042016-02-16
UnknownWapiti Lake PackDoug McLaughlinWapiti Lake alphasTower JunctionWapiti Lake alphas from Tower Junction2016-02-022016-02-22
UnknownWapiti Lake PackDoug McLaughlinWapiti Lake pupTower JunctionWapiti Lake pup from Tower Junction2016-02-022016-02-22
UnknownWapiti Lake PackDoug McLaughlinWapiti Lake alpha female and pupTower JunctionWapiti Lake alpha female and pup from Tower Junction2016-02-022016-02-22
994MJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlin994M from Aspen WestAspen West Pullout in Little America994M from Aspen West in Little America2016-02-022016-02-22
994MJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlin994M from Aspen WestAspen West Pullout in Little America994M from Aspen West in Little America2016-02-022016-02-22
UnknownWapiti Lake PackDoug McLaughlinWapiti Lake alphas and grey pupSlough Creek RoadWapiti Lake alphas and grey pup from Slough Creek2016-02-012016-02-22
755MWapiti Lake PackDoug McLaughlinWapiti Lake 755M and grey pupSlough Creek RoadWapiti Lake 755M and grey pup from Slough Creek2016-02-012016-02-22
UnknownMollie's PackDoug McLaughlinMollies in the LamarTrash Can PulloutThe Mollies were in the old Druid Rendezvous area today. There were 15 to begin with and then #16 finally found them.2016-01-292016-02-22
UnknownMollie's PackDoug McLaughlinMollies in the LamarTrash Can PulloutThe Mollies were in the old Druid Rendezvous area today. There were 15 to begin with and then #16 finally found them.2016-01-292016-02-22
UnknownLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLittle TRound PrairieLittle T at Round Prairie2016-01-272016-02-22
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin926FRound Prairie926F at Round Prairie2016-01-272016-02-22
992MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin992MRound Prairie992M and Twin at Round Prairie2016-01-272016-02-22
926FLamar Canyon PackDavid TaylorLamar Canyon Alpha FemaleEast of Soda Butte926F came sprinting over a rise to the north of the first pullout east of Soda Butte - it seemed to be fleeing, perhaps from some of the Mollie pack which had been scattered by the helicopter which was used to net three of the pack an hour or so earlier.2016-01-262016-02-28
926FLamar Canyon PackDavid Taylor926F fleeing Mollies?East of Soda ButteThis picture of Lamar Canyon Alpha Female was taken about an hour after the Mollie pack had scattered during the collaring operation which took place on January 24 2016. I was parked in the first pullout east of Soda Butte watching a fox when I heard wolves howling on the north side of the road beyond the hill which runs down to the road. There were two distinct groups howling - one very close and the other seemingly further from the road. Suddenly a wolf (926F) crested the hill running towards me at full speed. It raced down the hill to within 60 yards of where I was standing before turning to the east and running parallel to the road. Two other members of the Lamar Canyon pack appeared further east close to the road. They crossed over the road and headed down to Soda Creek which they crossed before turning to the east. 926F did the same about 5 minutes later. My guess is that the 3 Lamars may have been spotted and chased by some of the Mollie pack after they had scattered due to the helicopter. 926F looked like it was running for its life!2016-01-242016-02-28
UnknownLamar Canyon PackKathie LynchThe only remaining black pupSoda Butte ValleyAll three pups are still suffering from mange, but the three adults looked pretty good.2015-12-292016-01-31
UnknownLamar Canyon PackKathie LynchThe other gray pup--this one has the worst mangeSoda Butte ValleyAll three pups are still suffering from mange, but the three adults looked pretty good.2015-12-292016-01-31
UnknownLamar Canyon PackKathie LynchBlack yearling female "Little T"Soda Butte ValleyAll three pups are still suffering from mange, but the three adults looked pretty good.2015-12-292016-01-31
UnknownLamar Canyon PackKathie LynchGray pupSoda Butte ValleyAll three pups are still suffering from mange, but the three adults looked pretty good.2015-12-292016-01-31
926FLamar Canyon PackKathie LynchAlpha 926FSoda Butte ValleyAll three pups are still suffering from mange, but the three adults looked pretty good.2015-12-292016-01-31
UnknownLamar Canyon PackKathie LynchAlpha male "Twin"Soda Butte ValleyAll three pups are still suffering from mange, but the three adults looked pretty good.2015-12-292016-01-31
UnknownPanzer GnauckThanksgiving 2015. I think these two Black Pups were from the Cougar Creek Pack, however they could also have been from other Southwest Montana Packs.Gallatin RangeTwo Thanksgivings ago it was very cold on the upper Gallatin in Yellowstone Park. These two young black wolves joined five other Blacks and a Grey after howling on the ridge.2015-11-262017-03-20
UnknownJunction Butte PackPanzer Gnauck995F Not long before she was collared.SE of Junction Butte995F had crossed the road just SE of Junction Butte, headed South towards Specimen Ridge. She was with 911M and 907F kept howling at them from the North.2015-11-242016-03-01
712MCanyon PackDeby DixonVisiting a bison carcass near Nez Perce picnic areaYellowstoneThe Canyon alphas, along with an adult black and a gray pup were seen near the Midway Geyser basin early in the morning. A short time later the alphas went to a bison carcass. The bison had died the day before, of natural causes.2015-11-012015-11-17
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackDeby DixonVisiting a bison carcass near Nez Perce picnic areaYellowstoneThe Canyon alphas, along with an adult black and a gray pup were seen near the Midway Geyser basin early in the morning. A short time later the alphas went to a bison carcass. The bison had died the day before, of natural causes.2015-11-012015-11-17
UnknownLamar Canyon PackWarren BergholzLamar Canyon Puppy showing severe hair lossSoda Butte Creek valleyIn early afternoon this puppy left the area east if Soda Butte Creek where three of the adults and two other puppies were bedded and crossed the creek and approached the road just south of a pull out. The puppy then traveled north and reentered the road at the pull out and traveled up the road to the north, eventually crossing back to where the other wolves were bedded.2015-10-242015-11-23
993MLamar Canyon PackWarren BergholzDark Black on hill west of road in Soda Butte Creek ValleySoda Butte Creek ValleyBoth Dark Black and Mottled refused to cross the road to join with the rest of the pack bedded just above the bank south of Soda Butte Creek. Dark black appeared numerous times looking across the valley and howled to the rest of the pack. Neither wolf would cross during daylight. No obvious hair loss on this wolf.2015-10-242015-11-23
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackTracey GardinerWolf feeding on elk carcass killed by grizzly bear 3 days beforeNez Perce Picnic areaFirst saw this wolf 1 hour before at the south entrance to Firehole Lake Drive. She stayed on the carcass for at least 30 minutes until too many people showed up. She looked in good condition, but may have had a limp when first seen at Firehole Lake Drive. Or a distinctive lope. No other wolves were seen with her.2015-10-012015-10-18
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackTracey GardinerWolf feeding on elk carcass killed by grizzly bear 3 days beforeNez Perce Picnic areaFirst saw this wolf 1 hour before at the south entrance to Firehole Lake Drive. She stayed on the carcass for at least 30 minutes until too many people showed up. She looked in good condition, but may have had a limp when first seen at Firehole Lake Drive. Or a distinctive lope. No other wolves were seen with her.2015-10-012015-10-18
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackTracey GardinerWolf feeding on elk carcass killed by grizzly bear 3 days beforeNez Perce Picnic areaFirst saw this wolf 1 hour before at the south entrance to Firehole Lake Drive. She stayed on the carcass for at least 30 minutes until too many people showed up. She looked in good condition, but may have had a limp when first seen at Firehole Lake Drive. Or a distinctive lope. No other wolves were seen with her.2015-10-012015-10-18
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackTracey GardinerWolf feeding on elk carcass killed by grizzly bear 3 days beforeNez Perce Picnic areaFirst saw this wolf 1 hour before at the south entrance to Firehole Lake Drive. She stayed on the carcass for at least 30 minutes until too many people showed up. She looked in good condition, but may have had a limp when first seen at Firehole Lake Drive. Or a distinctive lope. No other wolves were seen with her.2015-10-012015-10-18
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackTracey GardinerWolf feeding on elk carcass killed by grizzly bear 3 days beforeNez Perce Picnic areaFirst saw this wolf 1 hour before at the south entrance to Firehole Lake Drive. She stayed on the carcass for at least 30 minutes until too many people showed up. She looked in good condition, but may have had a limp when first seen at Firehole Lake Drive. Or a distinctive lope. No other wolves were seen with her.2015-10-012015-10-18
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackTracey GardinerFeeding on elk carcass killed by grizzly bearNez Perce picnic areaI saw this wolf 1 hour before by the Firehole lake drive southern entrance. No other wolves seen with her. Pretty sure she's a female by the way she marked the area. She had a slight limp or a distinctive lope as she ran. She was not collared and appeared to be in good body condition. She had a distinctive black mark on her tail, just below her tail head. I'd like to know more about this wolf. If anyone can identify her or has history on her I'd appreciate knowing about her.2015-10-012015-10-18
755MWapiti Lake PackClay RouseGray WolfAlum Creek Hayden Valley755 trying to return to feed pups and finding a spot to cross the road2015-09-222017-01-06
UnknownCougar Creek PackMonte LekwaDitch 30 yards off HwyHwy 191, north of West Yellowstone in the Park.My wife and I were on vacation and coming from Bozeman to West Yellowstone on Hwy 191. We were in the park area and it was 4:30 pm. My wife saw this wolf come out of tree line and it ran down to the stream. There was a road killed deer in the stream and he started to feed on it. We did not see any other wolves in the area. We were running late so we had to leave, but there were several other cars that stopped. We had just bought this camera, so we are aware the year date is wrong. If anyone has information about this wolf or it pack, we would be grateful. Thank You.2015-09-212015-11-06
UnknownCougar Creek PackMonte LekwaDitch 30 yards off HwyHwy 191, north of West Yellowstone in the Park.My wife and I were on vacation and coming from Bozeman to West Yellowstone on Hwy 191. We were in the park area and it was 4:30 pm. My wife saw this wolf come out of tree line and it ran down to the stream. There was a road killed deer in the stream and he started to feed on it. We did not see any other wolves in the area. We were running late so we had to leave, but there were several other cars that stopped. We had just bought this camera, so we are aware the year date is wrong. If anyone has information about this wolf or it pack, we would be grateful. Thank You.2015-09-212015-10-10
UnknownCougar Creek PackMonte LekwaDitch 30 yards off HwyHwy 191, north of West Yellowstone in the Park.My wife and I were on vacation and coming from Bozeman to West Yellowstone on Hwy 191. We were in the park area and it was 4:30 pm. My wife saw this wolf come out of tree line and it ran down to the stream. There was a road killed deer in the stream and he started to feed on it. We did not see any other wolves in the area. We were running late so we had to leave, but there were several other cars that stopped. We had just bought this camera, so we are aware the year date is wrong. If anyone has information about this wolf or it pack, we would be grateful. Thank You.2015-09-212015-10-10
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownProspect Peak PackRobert WardPuppy Round-UpBlacktailMom (821F) called for her pups to rejoin the pack at Blacktail; however, the black pups seemed easily distracted and the grey pup kept looking back over its shoulder to see if they were still coming. We could hear Mom howling in the distance and in image Prospect Peak Pack-27 the black pup with the white blaze howls back, as if to say "Coming mother!" In Image Prospect Peak Pack-68 we lose the three pups as they go down into the gully. They re-emerge in Prospect Peak Pack-69 but only the grey pup takes the ridge while the two blacks stay low and out of sight. Hoping we would catch them again, we headed up to "The Children's Fire Trail" to happily see them reunite with Mom in Image Prospect Peak Pack-75.2015-09-112015-09-14
UnknownCanyon PackSue HeistLight colored with dark ring around tailNear Gibbon River between Norris Basin and Madison CampgroundWe observed this wolf on September 9, 2015 near the Gibbon River between Norris Basin and Madison Campground, approximate GPS coordinates were 44.6944 N, 110.7458 W. The wolf was on the west side of Highway 89 next to the river and loping at a regular gait eastward. It crossed the highway and continued east through the meadow. A Yellowstone Association guide said that it was probably the white, alpha female of the Canyon Pack who had never been collared so she didn’t have a number. The guide also said she was the daughter of 540F of the Hayden Pack and mother of the alpha female of the new Wapiti Pack (formerly 755’s group). It looked like she had just eaten a meal as her stomach looked round.2015-09-092015-09-12
UnknownCanyon PackSue HeistLight colored with dark ring around tailNear Gibbon River between Norris Basin and Madison CampgroundWe observed this wolf on September 9, 2015 near the Gibbon River between Norris Basin and Madison Campground, approximate GPS coordinates were 44.6944 N, 110.7458 W. The wolf was on the west side of Highway 89 next to the river and loping at a regular gait eastward. It crossed the highway and continued east through the meadow. A Yellowstone Association guide said that it was probably the white, alpha female of the Canyon Pack who had never been collared so she didn’t have a number. The guide also said she was the daughter of 540F of the Hayden Pack and mother of the alpha female of the new Wapiti Pack (formerly 755’s group). It looked like she had just eaten a meal as her stomach looked round.2015-09-092015-09-12
UnknownCanyon PackSue HeistLight colored with dark ring around tailNear Gibbon River between Norris Basin and Madison CampgroundWe observed this wolf on September 9, 2015 near the Gibbon River between Norris Basin and Madison Campground, approximate GPS coordinates were 44.6944 N, 110.7458 W. The wolf was on the west side of Highway 89 next to the river and loping at a regular gait eastward. It crossed the highway and continued east through the meadow. A Yellowstone Association guide said that it was probably the white, alpha female of the Canyon Pack who had never been collared so she didn’t have a number. The guide also said she was the daughter of 540F of the Hayden Pack and mother of the alpha female of the new Wapiti Pack (formerly 755’s group). It looked like she had just eaten a meal as her stomach looked round.2015-09-092015-09-12
926Fsharon wyattAdults and pupsLamar Valley 1/2 miles west of soda butte on north side of roadTaken in Lamar Valley near Soda Butte. At first one wolf came out and seemed to be patrolling the ridge, then they all started coming up 1 or 2 at time, they were spread out, going to the bathroom and checking things out, then they all joined up together and played for awhile, then headed out together and left.2015-09-072017-02-01
926FLamar Canyon Packsharon wyattAdults and pupsLamar Valley 1/2 miles west of soda butte on north side of roadTaken in Lamar Valley near Soda Butte. At first one wolf came out and seemed to be patrolling the ridge, then they all started coming up 1 or 2 at time, they were spread out, going to the bathroom and checking things out, then they all joined up together and played for awhile, then headed out together and left.2015-09-072017-02-01
Unknownsharon wyattAdults and pupsLamar Valley 1/2 miles west of soda butte on north side of roadTaken in Lamar Valley near Soda Butte. At first one wolf came out and seemed to be patrolling the ridge, then they all started coming up 1 or 2 at time, they were spread out, going to the bathroom and checking things out, then they all joined up together and played for awhile, then headed out together and left.2015-09-072015-11-01
UnknownLamar Canyon PackJO BLACKLamar Canyon pack with pupsLamar Valley, west of Soda ButteAll 12 members of the pack were present this morning with the 5 pups all out playing.2015-08-252015-09-01
UnknownLamar Canyon PackJO BLACKLamar Canyon pack with pupsLamar Valley, west of Soda ButteAll 12 members of the pack were present this morning with the 5 pups all out playing.2015-08-252015-09-01
926FLamar Canyon PackJO BLACK926F with same wolf every time we photographed herLamar Valley, west of Soda Butte926F in front2015-08-252015-09-01
UnknownLamar Canyon PackJane EllisPack confrontation between Lamar and JunctionLamarOn 8/17, the Lamar pack was trying to move its pups when it ran into the Junction pack. Lots of howling ensued. We saw a total of four wolves by and crossing the road2015-08-172015-08-23
UnknownMollie's PackWilliam KerrFollowed by wolves in Pelican ValleyPelican ValleyWe unintentionally bumped into this wolf pack at a range of less than 60 metres. The pack were resting by the river at the end of Pelican Valley. Having disturbed the pack they became curious and we were followed by three black wolves for a kilometre before our shouting deterred them. Video available.2015-08-032015-08-16
UnknownMollie's PackWilliam KerrFollowed by wolves in Pelican ValleyPelican ValleyWe unintentionally bumped into this wolf pack at a range of less than 60 metres. The pack were resting by the river at the end of Pelican Valley. Having disturbed the pack they became curious and we were followed by three black wolves for a kilometre before our shouting deterred them. Video available.2015-08-032015-08-16
UnknownMollie's PackWilliam KerrFollowed by wolves in Pelican ValleyPelican ValleyWe unintentionally bumped into this wolf pack at a range of less than 60 metres. The pack were resting by the river at the end of Pelican Valley. Having disturbed the pack they became curious and we were followed by three black wolves for a kilometre before our shouting deterred them. Video available.2015-08-032015-08-16
UnknownMollie's PackWilliam KerrFollowed by wolves in Pelican ValleyPelican ValleyWe unintentionally bumped into this wolf pack at a range of less than 60 metres. The pack were resting by the river at the end of Pelican Valley. Having disturbed the pack they became curious and we were followed by three black wolves for a kilometre before our shouting deterred them. Video available.2015-08-032015-08-16
UnknownMollie's PackWilliam KerrFollowed by wolves in Pelican ValleyPelican ValleyWe unintentionally bumped into this wolf pack at a range of less than 60 metres. The pack were resting by the river at the end of Pelican Valley. Having disturbed the pack they became curious and we were followed by three black wolves for a kilometre before our shouting deterred them. Video available.2015-08-032015-08-16
UnknownMollie's PackWilliam KerrFollowed by wolves in Pelican ValleyPelican ValleyWe unintentionally bumped into this wolf pack at a range of less than 60 metres. The pack were resting by the river at the end of Pelican Valley. Having disturbed the pack they became curious and we were followed by three black wolves for a kilometre before our shouting deterred them. Video available.2015-08-032015-08-16
UnknownMollie's PackWilliam KerrFollowed by wolves in Pelican ValleyPelican ValleyWe unintentionally bumped into this wolf pack at a range of less than 60 metres. The pack were resting by the river at the end of Pelican Valley. Having disturbed the pack they became curious and we were followed by three black wolves for a kilometre before our shouting deterred them. Video available.2015-08-032015-08-16
UnknownMollie's PackWilliam KerrFollowed by wolves in Pelican ValleyPelican ValleyWe unintentionally bumped into this wolf pack at a range of less than 60 metres. The pack were resting by the river at the end of Pelican Valley. Having disturbed the pack they became curious and we were followed by three black wolves for a kilometre before our shouting deterred them. Video available.2015-08-032015-08-16
755MHayden ValleySeth EllisWolf and bear just west of Canyon junction.West of CanyonI was with a couple wolf project folks in Hayden valley just after the fog lifted. At about 9:50 we saw a lone wolf headed west toward the river. We guessed it was going to the kill just west of Canyon junction. Sure enough. A short encounter before M755 retreated to the trees. A little later a coyote tried it's luck and also found the bear a little large to risk it. This was my first showdown between wolf and bear. Very exciting.2015-07-162015-07-18
755MHayden ValleySeth EllisWolf and bear just west of Canyon junction.West of CanyonI was with a couple wolf project folks in Hayden valley just after the fog lifted. At about 9:50 we saw a lone wolf headed west toward the river. We guessed it was going to the kill just west of Canyon junction. Sure enough. A short encounter before M755 retreated to the trees. A little later a coyote tried it's luck and also found the bear a little large to risk it. This was my first showdown between wolf and bear. Very exciting.2015-07-162015-07-18
755MHayden ValleySeth EllisWolf and bear just west of Canyon junction.West of CanyonI was with a couple wolf project folks in Hayden valley just after the fog lifted. At about 9:50 we saw a lone wolf headed west toward the river. We guessed it was going to the kill just west of Canyon junction. Sure enough. A short encounter before M755 retreated to the trees. A little later a coyote tried it's luck and also found the bear a little large to risk it. This was my first showdown between wolf and bear. Very exciting.2015-07-162015-07-18
755MHayden ValleySeth EllisWolf and bear just west of Canyon junction.West of CanyonI was with a couple wolf project folks in Hayden valley just after the fog lifted. At about 9:50 we saw a lone wolf headed west toward the river. We guessed it was going to the kill just west of Canyon junction. Sure enough. A short encounter before M755 retreated to the trees. A little later a coyote tried it's luck and also found the bear a little large to risk it. This was my first showdown between wolf and bear. Very exciting.2015-07-162015-07-18
755MHayden ValleySeth EllisWolf and bear just west of Canyon junction.West of CanyonI was with a couple wolf project folks in Hayden valley just after the fog lifted. At about 9:50 we saw a lone wolf headed west toward the river. We guessed it was going to the kill just west of Canyon junction. Sure enough. A short encounter before M755 retreated to the trees. A little later a coyote tried it's luck and also found the bear a little large to risk it. This was my first showdown between wolf and bear. Very exciting.2015-07-162015-07-18
UnknownLamar Canyon PackEric Taylorunknown black and gray wolves in Lamarlamar valley south of parking lot just east of Ranger stationWe arrived just after the gray wolf chased an antelope. They spent the next 15 minutes howling and coming back together.2015-07-082015-08-20
UnknownEric Taylorunknown black and gray wolves in Lamarlamar valley south of parking lot just east of Ranger stationWe arrived just after the gray wolf chased an antelope. They spent the next 15 minutes howling and coming back together.2015-07-082015-08-18
UnknownEric TaylorUnknown black and gray wolves in LamarJust south of the parking lot with the rest rooms on 212 between the Lamar ranger station and Trout LakeWe arrived just after the gray wolf chased an antelope. They spent the next 15 minutes howling and coming back together.2015-07-082015-08-18
UnknownEric TaylorUnknown black and gray wolves in LamarJust south of the parking lot with the rest rooms on 212 between the Lamar ranger station and Trout LakeWe arrived just after the gray wolf chased an antelope. They spent the next 15 minutes howling and coming back together.2015-07-082015-08-18
993MKarli D Valorie TowtBlack Wolf (uncollared) running south west of Trout LakeSouth West of Trout Lake and Cooke City Entrance. North East of Soda ButteBlack uncollared wolf in the Northeast end of the park. EDIT: Found our from Deby that this is probably Dark Black!2015-06-172015-07-05
965MKarli D Valorie TowtCollared Grey Wolf in Lamar ValleyLamar Valley between Slough Creek and Yellowstone Association InstituteThe tour group that was at the pullout before the wolf appeared said that a collared male had been spotted running towards the pullout we were at. This fellow appeared shortly after the tour group left for Hayden. EDIT: Found out from Deby that this was 965M!2015-06-172015-07-05
911MWilliam LiljeroosBeing chased by bisonHadyenWas limplng2015-06-162015-09-05
911MJunction Butte PackParks Collins911Slough Creek911 crossed road, howled, and met up with 8902015-06-162015-06-29
911MJunction Butte PackParks Collins911Slough Creek911 crossed road, howled, and met up with 8902015-06-162015-06-29
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon Packnancy vandermeyThe white wolfSouth of Firehole Canyon roadShe was chewing on an old hide across the river then walked south. She was lactating it appeared2015-06-012015-06-08
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon Packnancy vandermeyThe white wolfSouth of Firehole Canyon roadShe was chewing on an old hide across the river then walked south. She was lactating it appeared2015-06-012015-06-08
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon Packnancy vandermeyThe white wolfSouth of Firehole Canyon roadShe was chewing on an old hide across the river then walked south. She was lactating it appeared2015-06-012015-06-08
755MBill Rejebian755MEast side of the Yellowstone River near Otter Creek.Venerable 755M watching all the commotion he caused across the river as we scrambled for a view of him.2015-05-262015-11-03
755MBill Rejebian755MJust south of Otter Creek755M looking for a way to cross the Yellowstone River in spite of all us shutterbugs following him.2015-05-252015-11-02
New MaleJunction Butte PackClay RouseBlack WolfTaken north of Boulder turnoutWolf was with the Junction Pack moved away and laid down at this location about 1/2 mile north of the road2015-05-112017-01-06
UnknownLamar Canyon PackClay RouseLamar Pack resting at a kill site near TrashcanWolf located SW of Trashcan across the Lamar RiverThis wolf and about four other had been feeding on a Bison Calf and this laid down near the calf and its mother2015-05-112017-01-06
821FProspect Peak PackSandy FlintShe crossed the road about 1/2 mile east of blacktail pondlooking south aboutI was told by Rick that he thought this wolf was 821f but would confirm if I sent him a photo I have done so with no reply. I hope you folks can confirm and send any further information......such as how many pups did/does she have. I spent 5 weeks in the park in 2014 and most of the month of may this year.....I am thrilled to have been lucky enough to capture this image . Thanks for what you do.....SFlint2015-05-022015-06-01
755MAndrew WellsUnknown Collared Wolf on Yellowstone River, Hayden ValleyHayden ValleyPossibly 755M? I was following this one from Alum Creek to approx 2 miles south.2015-05-022015-05-07
755MAndrew WellsUnknown Collared Wolf on Yellowstone River, Hayden ValleyHayden ValleyPossibly 755M? I was following this one from Alum Creek to approx 2 miles south.2015-05-022015-05-07
755MAndrew WellsUnknown Collared Wolf on Yellowstone River, Hayden ValleyHayden ValleyPossibly 755M? I was following this one from Alum Creek to approx 2 miles south.2015-05-022015-05-07
926FLamar Canyon PackGARY HENDRIXBy herself. Looking and listening.within 500 feet of Hwy 212 near SodaBy herself. Looking and listening. She had walked rather quickly for perhaps 200 yards, about 100 yards south from Hwy 212. We saw her walking as we drove east and she walked west. Then she ran toward the highway and stopped about 100 feet away. She listened and then dug for a small animal in the ground. Plants shook as she dug. It took her almost 15 minutes to dig out her lunch. That gave us plenty of time to get the telephoto lens out and to shoot photos by standing up through the sunroof of our truck.2015-04-192015-11-01
926FLamar Canyon PackGARY HENDRIXCloser to the highway.within 100 feet of Hwy 212 near SodaBy herself. Looking and listening. She had walked rather quickly for perhaps 200 yards, about 100 yards south from Hwy 212. We saw her walking as we drove east and she walked west. Then she ran toward the highway and stopped about 100 feet away. She listened and then dug for a small animal in the ground. Plants shook as she dug. It took her almost 15 minutes to dig out her lunch. That gave us plenty of time to get the telephoto lens out and to shoot photos by standing up through the sunroof of our truck.2015-04-192015-11-01
926FLamar Canyon PackGARY HENDRIXLooking up after a lot of diggingwithin 100 feet of Hwy 212 near SodaBy herself. Looking and listening. She had walked rather quickly for perhaps 200 yards, about 100 yards south from Hwy 212. We saw her walking as we drove east and she walked west. Then she ran toward the highway and stopped about 100 feet away. She listened and then dug for a small animal in the ground. Plants shook as she dug. It took her almost 15 minutes to dig out her lunch. That gave us plenty of time to get the telephoto lens out and to shoot photos by standing up through the sunroof of our truck.2015-04-192015-11-01
926FLamar Canyon PackGARY HENDRIXScored. She turned away very quickly.within 100 feet of Hwy 212 near SodaBy herself. Looking and listening. She had walked rather quickly for perhaps 200 yards, about 100 yards south from Hwy 212. We saw her walking as we drove east and she walked west. Then she ran toward the highway and stopped about 100 feet away. She listened and then dug for a small animal in the ground. Plants shook as she dug. It took her almost 15 minutes to dig out her lunch. That gave us plenty of time to get the telephoto lens out and to shoot photos by standing up through the sunroof of our truck.2015-04-192015-11-01
926FLamar Canyon PackGARY HENDRIXYum.within 100 feet of Hwy 212 near SodaBy herself. Looking and listening. She had walked rather quickly for perhaps 200 yards, about 100 yards south from Hwy 212. We saw her walking as we drove east and she walked west. Then she ran toward the highway and stopped about 100 feet away. She listened and then dug for a small animal in the ground. Plants shook as she dug. It took her almost 15 minutes to dig out her lunch. That gave us plenty of time to get the telephoto lens out and to shoot photos by standing up through the sunroof of our truck.2015-04-192015-11-01
926FLamar Canyon PackGARY HENDRIXLicking her chopswithin 100 feet of Hwy 212 near SodaBy herself. Looking and listening. She had walked rather quickly for perhaps 200 yards, about 100 yards south from Hwy 212. We saw her walking as we drove east and she walked west. Then she ran toward the highway and stopped about 100 feet away. She listened and then dug for a small animal in the ground. Plants shook as she dug. It took her almost 15 minutes to dig out her lunch. That gave us plenty of time to get the telephoto lens out and to shoot photos by standing up through the sunroof of our truck.2015-04-192015-11-01
926FLamar Canyon PackGARY HENDRIXMeal over, she walks away.within 100 feet of Hwy 212 near SodaBy herself. Looking and listening. She had walked rather quickly for perhaps 200 yards, about 100 yards south from Hwy 212. We saw her walking as we drove east and she walked west. Then she ran toward the highway and stopped about 100 feet away. She listened and then dug for a small animal in the ground. Plants shook as she dug. It took her almost 15 minutes to dig out her lunch. That gave us plenty of time to get the telephoto lens out and to shoot photos by standing up through the sunroof of our truck.2015-04-192015-11-01
926FLamar Canyon PackJen Stracenerhunting small gameLamar ValleyWe were headed from Northeast entrance toward Roosevelt Tower. As we came through Lamar Valley she was walking around approx 100-150ft from road in the bushes hunting small game. She was caught a small critter like a field mouse, ate it. After a bit she crossed the rShe was catching a small critter like a field mouse, ate it, then left. It was in early evening. Around 6-7pm?. She is a beautiful girl. Around 6-7pm?2015-04-192015-07-06
926FLamar Canyon PackJen Stracenerhunting small gameLamar ValleyWe were headed from Northeast entrance toward Roosevelt Tower. As we came through Lamar Valley she was walking around approx 100-150ft from road in the bushes hunting small game. She was caught a small critter like a field mouse, ate it. After a bit she crossed the rShe was catching a small critter like a field mouse, ate it, then left. It was in early evening. Around 6-7pm?. She is a beautiful girl. Around 6-7pm?2015-04-192015-07-06
926FLamar Canyon PackJen Stracenerhunting small gameLamar ValleyWe were headed from Northeast entrance toward Roosevelt Tower. As we came through Lamar Valley she was walking around approx 100-150ft from road in the bushes hunting small game. She was caught a small critter like a field mouse, ate it. After a bit she crossed the rShe was catching a small critter like a field mouse, ate it, then left. It was in early evening. Around 6-7pm?. She is a beautiful girl. Around 6-7pm?2015-04-192015-07-06
926FLamar Canyon PackJen Stracenerhunting small gameLamar ValleyWe were headed from Northeast entrance toward Roosevelt Tower. As we came through Lamar Valley she was walking around approx 100-150ft from road in the bushes hunting small game. She was caught a small critter like a field mouse, ate it. After a bit she crossed the rShe was catching a small critter like a field mouse, ate it, then left. It was in early evening. Around 6-7pm?. She is a beautiful girl. Around 6-7pm?2015-04-192015-07-06
926FLamar Canyon PackJen Stracenerhunting small gameLamar ValleyWe were headed from Northeast entrance toward Roosevelt Tower. As we came through Lamar Valley she was walking around approx 100-150ft from road in the bushes hunting small game. She was caught a small critter like a field mouse, ate it. After a bit she crossed the rShe was catching a small critter like a field mouse, ate it, then left. It was in early evening. Around 6-7pm?. She is a beautiful girl. Around 6-7pm?2015-04-192015-07-06
967MLamar Canyon PackPanzer GnauckI had been photographing a Pygmy Owl, when 967 showed up.Between the high bridge and Undine FallsThis wolf's color surprised me! I thought he got shot for a moment this spring, not long after this, but he is still out there I guess.2015-04-182015-11-19
UnknownTom BowlerWolf crossing Gardiner RiverBetween parking lot, and boiling river hot poolWolf crossing Gardiner River after observers on roadway between Gardiner and Mammoth spooked the animal away from a carcass it was trying to pull out of the water and caused it to wander away.2015-04-182015-04-19
UnknownTom BowlerWolf pulling on carcass in Gardiner RiverGardiner River between parking lot for, and Boiling River hot poolA wolf observed from road between Gardiner and Mammoth trying to yank carcass out of river until gathered observers on road above caused it to wander off across the river2015-04-182015-04-19
UnknownCindy PrittBlack with pink nose1/2 mile west of Lava Creek picnic areaWe were driving East toward Lava Creek picnic area when a wolf crossed the road from an unseen carcass to the left of the road to the right side of the road carrying some kind of organ. Another, apparently younger black wolf followed shortly after. When the pink nosed wolf crossed back onto the left side of the road and down into the creek bed out of sight, that left the other wolf to eat. She eventually picked up the organ and went back behind the trees when other cars started stopping. We moved on. They were there for 2 days and there were other wolves including Grays present, though my battery died. Apparently (according to others who spent time watching them) there were 6 wolves present just out of sight.2015-04-102015-04-15
UnknownCindy Prittyounger black wolf1/2 mile west of Lava Creek picnic areaThis wolf followed a pinked nose black wolf from the left side of the road where a carcass was to the right side. After pink nose left to go back to the carcass this wolf was able to eat on the organ it had left. Eventually it carried it up into the trees.2015-04-102015-04-15
UnknownCindy Prittyoung black wolf1/2 mile west of Lava creek picnic areaThis wolf followed a pinked nose black wolf from the left side of the road where a carcass was to the right side. After pink nose left to go back to the carcass this wolf was able to eat on the organ it had left. Eventually it carried it up into the trees.2015-04-102015-04-15
UnknownCindy Prittyoung black wolf with organ1/2 mile west of lava creek picnic areaThis wolf followed a pinked nose black wolf from the left side of the road where a carcass was to the right side. After pink nose left to go back to the carcass this wolf was able to eat on the organ it had left. Eventually it carried it up into the trees.2015-04-102015-04-15
UnknownCindy PrittBlack with pink noseAbout 1/2 mile West of Lava Creek picnic areaWe were driving East toward Lava Creek picnic area when a wolf crossed the road from an unseen carcass on the left side of the road to the right side of the road carrying some kind of organ. Another, apparently younger black wolf followed shortly after. When the pink nosed wolf crossed back onto the right side of the road and down into the creek bed out of sight, that left the other wolf to eat. She eventually picked up the organ and went back behind the trees when other cars started stopping. We moved on. They were there for 2 days and there were other wolves including Grays present, though my battery died. Apparently there were 6 wolves present just out of sight.2015-04-102015-04-15
967MLamar Canyon PackPanzer GnauckThe yearlings were running together, coming out of the Lamar Canyon West, headed South.East of Junction Butte.You got to like this wolf!2015-04-012015-11-19
970FJunction Butte PackNational Park ServiceJunction Butte Pack: 970F, 911M, 969F, and 968FAerial photoJunction Butte Pack: 970F, 911M, 969F, and 968F2015-03-312015-04-20
UnknownLamar Canyon PackNational Park ServiceLamar Canyon Pack uncollared pupsAerial photoLamar Canyon Pack uncollared pups, waiting for a grizzly to leave2015-03-292015-04-20
926FLamar Canyon PackNational Park ServiceLamar Canyon Pack: 926FAerial photoLamar Canyon Pack: 926F2015-03-292015-04-20
926FLamar Canyon PackNational Park ServiceLamar Canyon Pack: 926FAerial photoLamar Canyon Pack: 926F and two uncollared wolves2015-03-212015-04-20
964MProspect Peak PackNational Park ServiceProspect Peak Pack: 964M and 966MAerial photoProspect Peak Pack: 964M, 966M, and three uncollared wolves2015-03-212015-04-20
712MCanyon PackNational Park ServiceCanyon Pack: 712M and the alpha femaleAerial photoCanyon Pack: 712M and the alpha female2015-03-202015-04-20
UnknownLamar Canyon PackJosh AbleBig Tornado, Lamar YearlingLamarShe decided to try a very short career as a model!2015-03-192015-05-03
UnknownLamar Canyon PackJosh AbleBig Tornado, Lamar YearlingLamarShe decided to try a very short career as a model!2015-03-192015-05-03
478FCougar Creek PackNational Park ServiceCougar Creek Pack: 478FAerial photoCougar Creek Pack: 478F2015-03-192015-04-20
UnknownLamar Canyon PackWarren BergholzLamar Canyon Grey PupSoda Butte Creek ValleyThis pup was waiting to cross Soda Butte Creek to visit a Bison skull. This pup was one of the five Lamar Canyon pups to visit an chew on this skull. The day started at the east end of the soda butte creek valley at an old (about three months) bison carcass where the pups had been scavenging for a couple of days. The alpha male had been killed a few days earlier and the alpha female was not around. Two or three of the black pups (including 967M) moved west down stream on the north side of the road in the early afternoon. Lamar Canyon Pup 1 in the photos crossed the road to the south and found a bison skull on the north side of the creek. This grey and one of the black pups were the last to visit the skull. Location for all photos is about 150 yards west of the Footbridge pullout. All 6 pups eventually crossed the road one at a time and 5 visited the skull. Only 967M did not visit the skull while we were observing2015-03-182015-04-03
UnknownLamar Canyon PackWarren BergholzLamar Canyon Black Pup 1Soda Butte Creek ValleyThis pup had been chewing on a Bison skull and had just crossed the creek to the south. This pup was the first of five of the Lamar Canyon pups to visit an chew on this skull. The day started at the east end of the soda butte creek valley at an old (about three months) bison carcass where the pups had been scavenging for a couple of days. The alpha male had been killed a few days earlier and the alpha female was not around. Two or three of the black pups (including 967M) moved west down stream on the north side of the road in the early afternoon. Lamar Canyon Pup 1 in the photos crossed the road to the south and found a bison skull on the north side of the creek. This photo taken after the pup had chewed on the skull for about an hour and then crossed the creek to the south and then bedded down. Location for all photos is about 150 yards west of the Footbridge pullout. All 6 pups eventually crossed the road one at a time and 5 visited the skull. Only 967M did not visit the skull while we were observing.2015-03-182015-04-02
UnknownLamar Canyon PackWarren BergholzLamar Canyon Grey PupSoda Butte Creek ValleyThis pup was crossing Soda Butte Creek to visit a Bison skull. This pup was one of the five Lamar Canyon pups to visit an chew on this skull. The day started at the east end of the soda butte creek valley at an old (about three months) bison carcass where the pups had been scavenging for a couple of days. The alpha male had been killed a few days earlier and the alpha female was not around. Two or three of the black pups (including 967M) moved west down stream on the north side of the road in the early afternoon. Lamar Canyon Pup 1 in the photos crossed the road to the south and found a bison skull on the north side of the creek. This grey and one of the black pups were the last to visit the skull. Location for all photos is about 150 yards west of the Footbridge pullout. All 6 pups eventually crossed the road one at a time and 5 visited the skull. Only 967M did not visit the skull while we were observing.2015-03-182015-04-02
UnknownLamar Canyon PackWarren BergholzLamar Canyon Black PupSoda Butte Creek ValleyThis pup had just left the bison skull. This pup was the one of five of the Lamar Canyon pups to visit an chew on this skull. The day started at the east end of the soda butte creek valley at an old (about three months) bison carcass where the pups had been scavenging for a couple of days. The alpha male had been killed a few days earlier and the alpha female was not around. Two or three of the black pups (including 967M) moved west down stream on the north side of the road in the early afternoon. Lamar Canyon Pup 1 in the photos crossed the road to the south and found a bison skull on the north side of the creek. Location for all photos is about 150 yards west of the Footbridge pullout. All 6 pups eventually crossed the road one at a time and 5 visited the skull. Only 967M did not visit the skull while we were observing.2015-03-182015-04-02
UnknownLamar Canyon PackWarren BergholzLamar Canyon Black PupSoda Butte Creek ValleyThis pup was approaching the bison skull from thenorth side of the creek. Two other pups were at the skull as this pup approached. This pup was one of the Lamar Canyon pups to visit an chew on this skull. The day started at the east end of the soda butte creek valley at an old (about three months) bison carcass where the pups had been scavenging for a couple of days. The alpha male had been killed a few days earlier and the alpha female was not around. Two or three of the black pups (including 967M) moved west down stream on the north side of the road in the early afternoon. Lamar Canyon Pup 1 in the photos crossed the road to the south and found a bison skull on the north side of the creek. Location for all photos is about 150 yards west of the Footbridge pullout. All 6 pups eventually crossed the road one at a time and 5 visited the skull. Only 967M did not visit the skull while we were observing.2015-03-182015-04-02
UnknownLamar Canyon PackWarren BergholzLamar Canyon Black PupSoda Butte Creek ValleyThis pup had been chewing on a Bison skull and had just crossed the creek to the south. This pup was the first of five of the Lamar Canyon pups to visit an chew on this skull. The day started at the east end of the soda butte creek valley at an old (about three months) bison carcass where the pups had been scavenging for a couple of days. The alpha male had been killed a few days earlier and the alpha female was not around. Two or three of the black pups (including 967M) moved west down stream on the north side of the road in the early afternoon. Lamar Canyon Pup 1 in the photos crossed the road to the south and found a bison skull on the north side of the creek. This photo taken after the pup had chewed on the skull for about an hour and then crossed the creek to the south and then bedded down. Location for all photos is about 150 yards west of the Footbridge pullout. All 6 pups eventually crossed the road one at a time and 5 visited the skull. Only 967M did not visit the skull while we were observing.2015-03-182015-04-02
UnknownLamar Canyon PackWaldo Montgomery"Little Grey" yearlingNear Soda Butte Creek"Little Grey" found an old kill (elk) on a slope about 200 yards from the road and spent about 10 minutes chewing on a leg bone. He then ambled back up the slope to the crest where he was joined by two of his siblings (967M) and one other. Last seen, the three yearlings were asleep on the crest of the ridge.2015-03-152015-06-03
UnknownLamar Canyon PackWaldo Montgomery"Little Grey" yearlingNear Soda Butte Creek"Little Grey" found an old kill (elk) on a slope about 200 yards from the road and spent about 10 minutes chewing on a leg bone. He then ambled back up the slope to the crest where he was joined by two of his siblings (967M) and one other. Last seen, the three yearlings were asleep on the crest of the ridge.2015-03-152015-06-03
926FLamar Canyon PackKeith CrowleyLamar alpha femaleLamar Canyon East926 and three yearlings headed east from Lamar Canyon. With 926 were an uncollared gray, an uncollared black, and a collared black, (which lagged well behind and stayed north of the of the other three.)2015-03-122015-03-13
926FLamar Canyon PackKeith CrowleyLamar alpha femaleLamar Canyon East926 and three yearlings headed east from Lamar Canyon. With 926 were an uncollared gray, an uncollared black, and a collared black, which lagged well behind and stayed north of the of the other three.2015-03-122015-03-13
UnknownLamar Canyon PackKeith CrowleyLamar alpha female and three juveniles presentLamar Canyon EastAlpha female, one black un-collared, one gray un-collared, and one collared black all moving east from Lamar Canyon on the north side of road. First three crossed road twice - first north to south, then south to north near Buffalo ranch. collared black stayed well north of road.2015-03-122015-03-12
UnknownLamar Canyon PackKeith CrowleyLamar alpha female and three juveniles presentLamar Canyon EastAlpha female, one black un-collared, one gray un-collared, and one collared black all moving east from Lamar Canyon on the north side of road. First three crossed road twice - first north to south, then south to north near Buffalo ranch. collared black stayed well north of road.2015-03-122015-03-12
UnknownLamar Canyon PackKeith CrowleyLamar alpha female and three juveniles presentLamar Canyon EastAlpha female, one black un-collared, one gray un-collared, and one collared black all moving east from Lamar Canyon on the north side of road. First three crossed road twice - first north to south, then south to north near Buffalo ranch. collared black stayed well north of road.2015-03-122015-03-12
926FLamar Canyon PackKeith CrowleyLamar alpha femaleLamar Canyon EastAlpha female, one black un-collared, one gray un-collared, and one collared black all moving east from Lamar Canyon on the north side of road. First three crossed road twice - first north to south, then south to north near Buffalo ranch. collared black stayed well north of road.2015-03-122015-03-12
926FLamar Canyon PackKeith CrowleyLamar alpha femaleLamar Canyon EastAlpha female, one black un-collared, one gray un-collared, and one collared black all moving east from Lamar Canyon on the north side of road. First three crossed road twice - first north to south, then south to north near Buffalo ranch. collared black stayed well north of road.2015-03-122015-03-12
926FLamar Canyon PackKeith CrowleyLamar alpha femaleLamar Canyon EastAlpha female, one black un-collared, one gray un-collared, and one collared black all moving east from Lamar Canyon on the north side of road. First three crossed road twice - first north to south, then south to north near Buffalo ranch. collared black stayed well north of road.2015-03-122015-03-12
926FLamar Canyon PackKeith CrowleyLamar alpha femaleLamar Canyon EastAlpha female, one black un-collared, one gray un-collared, and one collared black all moving east from Lamar Canyon on the north side of road. First three crossed road twice - first north to south, then south to north near Buffalo ranch. collared black stayed well north of road.2015-03-122015-03-12
964MProspect Peak PackNational Park ServiceProspect Peak pups playing: 964M, 965M, and 966MAerial photoProspect Peak pups playing: 964M, 965M, and 966M2015-03-102015-04-20
907FJunction Butte PackNational Park ServiceJunction Butte Pack: 907FAerial photoJunction Butte Pack: 907F2015-03-102015-04-20
763MProspect Peak PackNational Park ServiceProspect Peak Pack: SW763M, 821F, 964M, 965M, 966MAerial photoProspect Peak Pack: SW763M, 821F, 964M, 965M, 966M2015-03-102015-04-20
712MCanyon PackKeith CrowleyCanyon Alpha maleHigh Bridge, MammothThree members of the Canyon pack, gray two year old, Alpha female, and 712M all present. Briefly chased a bull elk then headed toward Gardner River.2015-03-102015-03-11
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackKeith CrowleyCanyon Alpha femaleHigh Bridge, MammothThree members of the Canyon pack, gray two year old, Alpha female, and 712M all present. Briefly chased a bull elk then headed toward Gardner River. Alpha female has slight limp.2015-03-102015-03-11
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackKeith CrowleyCanyon Alpha femaleHigh Bridge, MammothThree members of the Canyon pack, gray two year old, Alpha female, and 712M all present. Briefly chased a bull elk then headed toward Gardner River. Alpha female has slight limp.2015-03-102015-03-11
UnknownCanyon PackKeith CrowleyCanyon two year oldHigh Bridge, MammothThree members of the Canyon pack, gray two year old, Alpha female, and 712M all present. Briefly chased a bull elk then headed toward Gardner River.2015-03-102015-03-11
978FMollie's PackNational Park ServiceMollie's Pack: 978FAerial photoMollie's Pack: 978F and five others on a bison carcass2015-03-082015-04-20
779FMollie's PackNational Park ServiceMollie's Pack: 779F, 978F, 979F, 980MAerial photoMollie's Pack: 779F, 978F, 979F, 980M, and five others traveling across the snow2015-03-072015-04-20
UnknownProspect Peak PackNational Park ServiceProspect Peak wolfAerial photoProspect Peak wolf2015-03-072015-04-20
870FMiscellaneousNational Park Service870FAerial photo870F2015-03-062015-04-20
969FJunction Butte PackNational Park ServiceJunction Butte Pack: 969F, 890M, 907F, and 911MAerial photoJunction Butte Pack: 969F, 890M, 907F, and 911M2015-03-042015-04-20
969FJunction Butte PackNational Park ServiceJunction Butte Pack: 969F, 907F, 970F, 968F, and 911MAerial photoJunction Butte Pack: 969F, 907F, 970F, 968F, and 911M facing off with a grizzly bear on a carcass2015-02-272015-04-20
UnknownAndrew WellsTaken from road looking north to the opposite bank of Madison RiverMadison RiverThese pictures are highly cropped, zoomed, and taken during the blue hour, so the coloring may be slightly off. I'm pretty sure this wolf is collared as seen on one of the pictures. There were at least two others with this one. They were crossing the Madison River heading north when we spotted them.2015-02-192015-02-23
UnknownAndrew WellsTaken from road looking north to the opposite bank of Madison RiverMadison RiverThese pictures are highly cropped, zoomed, and taken during the blue hour, so the coloring may be slightly off. I'm pretty sure this wolf is collared as seen on one of the pictures. There were at least two others with this one. They were crossing the Madison River heading north when we spotted them.2015-02-192015-02-23
478FCougar Creek PackAndrew WellsTaken from road looking north to the opposite bank of Madison RiverMadison RiverThese pictures are highly cropped, zoomed, and taken during the blue hour, so the coloring may be slightly off. I'm pretty sure this wolf is collared as seen on one of the pictures. There were at least two others with this one. They were crossing the Madison River heading north when we spotted them.2015-02-192015-02-23
UnknownCarl Duprejuvenile wolves 'testing' bison, bison got tired of it after awhile and chased them off.Lamar Valley, on tour with Shauna Baronjuvenile wolves 'testing' bison. Bison got tired of it after awhile and chased them off. February 14, 2015 in Lamar Valley, on tour with Shauna Baron. We THINK possibly 8-Mile Pack, wolf # 964, a grey alpha female, and that possibly one of the juveniles was wolf # 966.2015-02-142015-03-01
UnknownLamar Canyon PackRichard Rothone of the adolescence chases a magpiehill above the Confluencethe pack was resting when a magpie attempted landing amongst them and one of the black Lamar pups chased it off2015-01-192015-02-07
925MRichard RothItchinghill above the ConfluenceAfter napping for awhile, Big Gray got up, stretched then itched his back2015-01-192015-02-07
UnknownLamar Canyon PackRichard Roththe howlhill above the ConfluenceAfter napping for awhile, the pack got up and a couple howled2015-01-192015-02-07
UnknownLamar Canyon PackRichard RothHi to the alpha malehill above the ConfluenceOne of the adolescent Lamar pups says hi to the alpha male2015-01-192015-02-07
925MLamar Canyon PackKeith CrowleySix Members of Lamar Canyon PackConfluence of Soda Butte and LamarWolf on right is a collared gray, (925M) and the black in the center is also collared, (possibly the collared pup?) All eight members of the pack present at the confluence at daybreak.2015-01-192015-01-22
UnknownLamar Canyon PackKeith CrowleySix Members of Lamar Canyon PackConfluence of Soda Butte and LamarAll eight members of the pack present at the confluence at daybreak.2015-01-192015-01-22
UnknownLamar Canyon PackKeith CrowleySix Members of Lamar Canyon PackConfluence of Soda Butte and LamarAll eight members of the pack present at the confluence at daybreak.2015-01-192015-01-22
870FKeith CrowleyCollared wolf on hillsideLamar CanyonCollared wolf crossed road and climbed hill on the west end of the Lamar Canyon2015-01-192015-01-20
870FRichard Roth870F gets a bite of an elk carcass in Lamar ValleyLamar ValleyAfter the elk carcass had been abandoned by everyone but the ravens and eagles, 870F cautiously approached and then got a bite to eat2015-01-172015-02-07
870FRichard Rothcautiously approaching a picked over elk carcass in Lamar ValleyLamar ValleyThe approach to a previously picked over elk carcass2015-01-172015-02-07
870FKeith CrowleyLone collared wolf feeding on elk carcass in the Lamar Canyon.East end of the Lamar CanyonLone collared wolf fed for approximately one hour on an elk carcass located on the ice on the east end of the Lamar Canyon.2015-01-172015-01-17
870FKeith Crowleylone collared wolf leaving elk carcass westbound on the Lamar River in the canyonLamar CanyonLone collared wolf fed for approximately one hour on an elk carcass located on the ice on the east end of the Lamar Canyon.2015-01-172015-01-17
UnknownLamar Canyon PackRichard Roththe Lamar pups are on their ownthe ConfluenceOne of the 3 Lamar pups that appear separated from their pack2015-01-162015-02-07
UnknownKeith CrowleyLone wolf howling intermittently3/4 mile east of the Lamar Canyon, near a pullout known asSingle wolf identified by Rick McIntyre (who was present when the photo was taken) as likely a male, possibly from the Prospect Peak Pack2015-01-132015-01-17
UnknownKeith Crowleylone wolf howling intermittently3/4 mi east of Lamar CanyonSingle wolf identified by Rick McIntyre (who was present when the photo was taken) as likely a male, possibly from the Prospect Peak Pack2015-01-132015-01-17
870FVictoria HickeyCollared wolf at Tower JunctionTower JunctionWolf had a location collar on. Appeared to initially be eating something small, but moved on and crossed the road. Moved with no difficulty through the snow. Did not seem concerned about vehicles. This wolf did not have any other wolves with him/her. DID NOT scratch itself while we observed.2015-01-112015-06-15
870FVictoria HickeyCollared wolf at Tower JunctionTower JunctionWolf had a location collar on. Appeared to initially be eating something small, but moved on and crossed the road. Moved with no difficulty through the snow. Did not seem concerned about vehicles. This wolf did not have any other wolves with him/her. DID NOT scratch itself while we observed.2015-01-112015-06-15
870FVictoria HickeyCollared wolf at Tower JunctionTower JunctionWolf had a location collar on. Appeared to initially be eating something small, but moved on and crossed the road. Moved with no difficulty through the snow. Did not seem concerned about vehicles. This wolf did not have any other wolves with him/her. DID NOT scratch itself while we observed.2015-01-112015-06-15
870FVictoria HickeyCollared wolf at Tower JunctionTower JunctionWolf had a location collar on. Appeared to initially be eating something small, but moved on and crossed the road. Moved with no difficulty through the snow. Did not seem concerned about vehicles. This wolf did not have any other wolves with him/her. DID NOT scratch itself while we observed.2015-01-112015-06-15
870FVictoria HickeyCollared wolf at Tower JunctionTower JunctionWolf had a location collar on. Appeared to initially be eating something small, but moved on and crossed the road. Moved with no difficulty through the snow. Did not seem concerned about vehicles. This wolf did not have any other wolves with him/her. DID NOT scratch itself while we observed.2015-01-112015-06-15
UnknownTom BowlerFive Wolves(?) Responding to unseen howls of other caninesSouthwest of junction of Soda Butte Creek and Lamar RiverWolves(?) Three that were lying down and became roused by howls coming from East of the Lamar River and Soda Butte Creek junction south of the Cooke City Highway. These were joined by a forth Wolf that had been coming from the west along the Lamar River. A fifth canine was later spotted in the photo to the extreme south west corner of the frame near deadfall -- though not observed at the time the others are being watched.2015-01-102015-01-12
UnknownBurritt ToddTrio of wolves in Bull Moose MeadowBull Moose Meadows. Hellroaring Creek, Absaroka-Beartooth WildernessWolves traveling in group of three (see accompanying photo). They finished a patrol of Bull Moose Meadows and were returning by their same trail.2015-01-092016-01-27
UnknownBurritt ToddTrio of wolves in Bull Moose MeadowBull Moose Meadows. Hellroaring Creek, Absaroka-Beartooth WildernessWolves traveling in group of three (see accompanying photo). They finished a patrol of Bull Moose Meadows and were returning by their same trail.2015-01-092016-01-27
UnknownAnn Carlsonone wolf near Madison ValleyAbout two miles in from the Gneiss Creek trailhead near Seven Mile BridgeSorry for the grainy photos. The wolf was a few hundred yards away. It looks as though it may have a collar. We could see it for several minutes and did not see any other wolves.2015-01-072015-01-11
UnknownAnn Carlsonone wolf near Madison ValleyAbout two miles in from the Gneiss Creek trailhead near Seven Mile BridgeSorry for the grainy photos. The wolf was a few hundred yards away. It looks as though it may have a collar. We could see it for several minutes and did not see any other wolves.2015-01-072015-01-11
925MLamar Canyon PackWarren BergholzBig Grey StretchingSoda Butte Creek ValleyBig Grey (925) had just finished feeding on a winter killed bison carcass that was at least 2ays old. Was stretching before bedding down for a short rest. Alpha female (926) and a few pups were also bedded and a couple of pups were still feeding. Carcass was located at east end of valley just west of the Trout Lake pullout.2014-12-072015-04-02
UnknownProspect Peak PackWarren BergholzFour Prospect Peak Pack Wolves in Lamar ValleyLamar ValleyThese four Prospect Peak Wolves entered the valley from the Lamar River Canyon on the west about an hour before this picture was taken. They were scent trailing a grey pup apparently from the Junction Butte Pack. They trailed the pup (at least a mile ahead) upstream on the south side of the river and then followed the pup across the valley just east of Coyote pullout. The pup had crossed the road to the north near Dorothy's pullout. When picture was taken the four were between Dorothy's and Coyote but were hesitant to cross because of people at both pullouts. They finally proceeded west to near Fisherman's and crossed to the north and continued their chase to the north. Note that at this time, 911M and his group were bedded to the north of the road and the Lamar Canyon Pack was at the east end of the valley. Additionally, at least 11 Mollies Pack wolves had been in the valley earlier in the day and were currently out of sight.2014-12-062015-04-03
Unknown8 Mile PackJohn Nichols8 Mile crossing Glen Creek TrailGlen Creek TrailUncollared gray (presumably from the 8 Mile pack) moving S/SW from Terrace Mountain towards Swan Lake. We were on the Glen Creek trail no more than 1/4 mile from the Bunsen Peak TH when this wolf crossed 100 yards in front of us, howled a few times from a small rise, then continued heading S/SW.2014-10-182014-10-22
UnknownBeth Tufts-RichIn trees East bound, So. side Rd. crossed Rd. northboundPelican Bay areaWolf appeared stressed and running due to hazing from Ranger's electronic horn, which appeared to have been uncalled for.2014-09-262014-09-29
UnknownBeth Tufts-RichIn trees East bound, So. side Rd. crossed Rd. northboundPelican Bay areaWolf appeared stressed and running due to hazing from Ranger's electronic horn, which appeared to have been uncalled for.2014-09-262014-09-29
UnknownBeth Tufts-RichIn trees East bound, So. side Rd. crossed Rd. northboundPelican Bay areaWolf appeared stressed and running due to hazing from Ranger's electronic horn, which appeared to have been uncalled for.2014-09-262014-09-29
UnknownBeth Tufts-RichIn trees East bound, So. side Rd. crossed Rd. northboundPelican Bay areaWolf appeared stressed and running due to hazing from Ranger's electronic horn, which appeared to have been uncalled for.2014-09-262014-09-29
755MMark Bennett755 just north and west of Grizzly Overlook.Hayden Valley755 and the Canyon female crossed the road just north of grizzly overlook. They crossed the river, played for a few minutes, then made there way to the eastern rendezvous where they disappeared in the trees.2014-09-222014-10-01
755MMark Bennett755MHayden Valley755 was with the Canyon female.2014-09-222014-10-01
UnknownMollie's PackSarah Fenton10 Mollie's out in Pelican Valley in the fall of 2014Pelican Valley, Yellowstone National ParkThis photo was taken in the fall of 2014 in Pelican Valley. There are 10 members of the Mollie pack. They were located across the stream in Pelican Valley where the hiking trail opens up into the valley. Due to the distance, it is too difficult to identify specific physical traits on these wolves. Originally the wolves were all bedded down except for 1 black wolf. After a short while, 1 black and 1 gray appeared to do all the leading. The pack howled amongst themselves for some time. The two leading wolves continued to howl afterwards. 8 of the pack disappeared behind the rolling hills and into the forest while the 2 leading wolves stayed behind for a little while after. The two appeared to leave visibility at about 11am. Prior to discovering the Mollies and closer to the trailhead. Single howling was heard from across the hard top road.2014-09-212015-05-04
UnknownMollie's PackSarah Fenton10 Mollie's out in Pelican Valley in the fall of 2014Pelican Valley, Yellowstone National ParkThis photo was taken in the fall of 2014 in Pelican Valley. There are 10 members of the Mollie pack. They were located across the stream in Pelican Valley where the hiking trail opens up into the valley. Due to the distance, it is too difficult to identify specific physical traits on these wolves. Originally the wolves were all bedded down except for 1 black wolf. After a short while, 1 black and 1 gray appeared to do all the leading. The pack howled amongst themselves for some time. The two leading wolves continued to howl afterwards. 8 of the pack disappeared behind the rolling hills and into the forest while the 2 leading wolves stayed behind for a little while after. The two appeared to leave visibility at about 11am. Prior to discovering the Mollies and closer to the trailhead. Single howling was heard from across the hard top road.2014-09-212015-05-04
UnknownTom BowlerWolf Running Near Swan Lake FlatEast side of highway at north end of Swan Lake Flat nearing Bunsen Peak AreaWolf seen by itself, running from the Swan Lake Flat area northeast toward Bunsen Peak direction.2014-08-302015-01-12
755MBrad Orsted755M & the Canyon yearling female waited their turn to feed until the grizzlies were done.Hayden ValleyBoth animals visited the carcass in Hayden Valley for a few days. When I saw them they moved around the grizzlies several times, moving across a swale and settling on a ridge for about an hour before they trotted across the valley towards the Mary Mountain trail and disappeared heading towards the power lines.2014-08-222014-09-08
755MBrad Orsted755M & the Canyon yearling female waited their turn to feed until the grizzlies were done.Hayden ValleyBoth animals visited the carcass in Hayden Valley for a few days. When I saw them they moved around the grizzlies several times, moving across a swale and settling on a ridge for about an hour before they trotted across the valley towards the Mary Mountain trail and disappeared heading towards the power lines.2014-08-222014-09-08
755MJoan OuelletteThese wolves were feasting on a bison carcass and stopped to look at a coyote,Lamar valleyWe were filming some bears that had been eating on a Bison carcass and as soon as the bears left, the wolves who had initially probably brought down the Bison, came and resumed feeding.2014-08-212015-08-01
890MJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlin890M from Bob's KnobSlough Creek890M from Bob's Knob2014-08-182014-09-25
UnknownBirgit SchmidtUnknown wolfLamar Valley, a few miles west from Soda ButteWe watched this lone uncollared wolf strolling from west to east only a few miles west from Soda Butte2014-08-152014-10-04
UnknownBirgit SchmidtUnknown wolfLamar Valley, a few miles west from Soda ButteWe watched this lone uncollared wolf strolling from west to east only a few miles west from Soda Butte2014-08-152014-10-04
UnknownBirgit SchmidtUnknown wolfLamar ValleyWe watched this lone uncollared wolf strolling from west to east a few miles east from Soda Butte2014-08-152014-10-04
UnknownBirgit SchmidtUnknown wolfLamar ValleyWe watched this lone uncollared wolf strolling from west to east a few miles east from Soda Butte2014-08-152014-10-04
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin926F & Six Pups Soda Butte ValleySoda Butte Valley926F & Six Pups Soda Butte Valley2014-08-142014-09-25
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin926F & Six Pups Soda Butte ValleySoda Butte Valley926F & Six Pups Soda Butte Valley2014-08-142014-09-25
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin926F & Six Pups Soda Butte ValleySoda Butte Valley926F & Six Pups Soda Butte Valley2014-08-142014-09-25
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin926F Soda Butte ValleySoda Butte Valley926F Soda Butte Valley2014-08-142014-09-25
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Male Yearling in Lamar ValleyLamar ValleyJunction Male Yearling in Lamar Valley2014-08-142014-09-25
UnknownLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon pups in Soda Butte ValleySoda Butte ValleyLamar Canyon pups in Soda Butte Valley2014-08-142014-09-25
UnknownLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon pups in Soda Butte ValleySoda Butte ValleyLamar Canyon pups in Soda Butte Valley2014-08-142014-09-25
UnknownLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinSix Lamar Canyon pups in Soda Butte ValleySoda Butte ValleySix Lamar Canyon pups in Soda Butte Valley2014-08-142014-09-25
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin925M from Soda Butte MidpointSoda Butte Valley925M from Soda Butte Midpoint2014-08-132014-09-25
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin925M from Soda Butte MidpointSoda Butte Valley925M from Soda Butte Midpoint2014-08-132014-09-25
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin925M with Pups from Soda Butte MidpointSoda Butte Valley925M with Pups from Soda Butte Midpoint2014-08-132014-09-25
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin925M with Pups from Soda Butte MidpointSoda Butte Valley925M with Pups from Soda Butte Midpoint2014-08-132014-09-25
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin925M with Pups from Soda Butte MidpointSoda Butte Valley925M with Pups from Soda Butte Midpoint2014-08-132014-09-25
UnknownLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon pups in Soda Butte ValleySoda Butte ValleyLamar Canyon pups in Soda Butte Valley2014-08-132014-09-25
UnknownLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon pups in Soda Butte ValleySoda Butte ValleyLamar Canyon pups in Soda Butte Valley2014-08-132014-09-25
UnknownLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon pups in Soda Butte ValleySoda Butte ValleyLamar Canyon pups in Soda Butte Valley2014-08-132014-09-25
UnknownLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon pups in Soda Butte ValleySoda Butte ValleyLamar Canyon pups in Soda Butte Valley2014-08-132014-09-25
UnknownLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon pups in Soda Butte ValleySoda Butte ValleyLamar Canyon pups in Soda Butte Valley2014-08-132014-09-25
889FMiscellaneousTony OswaldWolf 889F stands and observes wildlife viewersSlough Creek RoadWolf 889F stands and observes wildlife viewers parked along the roadway near Slough Creek in the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone National Park. She is waiting for the crowd to disburse so that she may cross the road.2014-08-032014-08-06
907FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlin907F from Hubbard HillLamar Valley907F from Hubbard Hill2014-08-012014-09-25
907FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlin907F from Hubbard HillLamar Valley907F from Hubbard Hill2014-08-012014-09-25
UnknownTraci ArnoldSeveral cars were stopped for this wolf, who crossed the road 2-3 times.5.9 miles inside park from NE entranceOur son, Zac Arnold (14), took this photo out the window of our vehicle.2014-06-292014-07-02
712MCanyon PackMarjorie LehmanCanyon alpha pair traveling southCrossing Norris/Canyon Road near Gibbon RiverLate evening, these two had just crossed the road heading basically south. We only saw these two but there could have been more in the woods in fact the black one disappeared quickly while the white one didn't care and stayed in the open while walking quickly through the clearing.2014-06-122014-06-27
UnknownSharon ShinwellBlack Wolf - Elk Kill near Pebble CreekLamar Valley, near pebble creek, eating elk kill, right side of road coming from SilvergateBlack wolf, visited kill for 2 days2014-06-102014-10-09
889FSharon Shinwell889F - Elk Kill near Soda CreekLamar Valley near Soda Creektaken at Elk Kill near Soda Creek, this wolf has a limp, the 2nd time we saw her hear she climbed the hill towards Druid Peak, then dropped down and crossed the road near a large pull out that looks down on the river, not sure of name, then swam the river and disapeared into the woods across the valley2014-06-092014-10-09
889FSharon Shinwell889F - Taken at Elk Kill near Soda CreekTaken at Elk Kill near Soda Creektaken at Elk Kill near Soda Creek, this wolf has a limp, the 2nd time we saw her hear she climbed the hill towards Druid Peak, then dropped down and crossed the road near a large pull out that looks down on the river, not sure of name, then swam the river and disapeared into the woods across the valley2014-06-092014-10-09
925MSharon Shinwell925MLamar Valley near Pebble Creek, on the right side coming from SilvergateTaken at Elk kill near Soda/Pebble Creek2014-06-092014-10-09
UnknownSharon ShinwellBlack wolf - Lamar Valley, at Elk Kill near Pebble creekLamar Valley, near Pebble CreekThis wolf visited this kill twice2014-06-092014-10-09
UnknownSharon ShinwellBlack wolf at Elk Kill, Lamar Valley near Pebble CreekLamar ValleyBlack wolf at Elk Kill Lamar valley2014-06-092014-10-09
UnknownSharon ShinwellGrey wolf with floppy ear and collarLamar ValleyTaken at Elk Kill in Lamar Valley, near Pebble/Soda creek2014-06-092014-10-09
UnknownSharon ShinwellSeen at Elk Kill Lamar Valley near Soda CreekLamar Valley near Soda CreekLamar Valley near Soda Creek2014-06-092014-10-09
UnknownAlain Van HemelrijckWolf going to eat an Elk carcassMeadows between Artist Paintpot and NorrisThis wolf was alone. He has comed many times eating a carcass, then resting, going in the wood and coming back again.2014-05-272015-05-26
UnknownAlain Van HemelrijckWolf going to eat an Elk carcassMeadows between Artist Paintpot and NorrisThis wolf was alone. He has comed many times eating a carcass, then resting, going in the wood and coming back again.2014-05-272015-05-26
UnknownAlain Van HemelrijckWolf going to eat an Elk carcassMeadows between Artist Paintpot and NorrisThis wolf was alone. He has comed many times eating a carcass, then resting, going in the wood and coming back again.2014-05-272015-05-26
UnknownTim ConwellUnknown WolfSouth of NorrisSeen feeding on Elk. We were told the next day at the North Entrance Visitor Center that it was an unknown wolf. possibly not from the park.2014-05-272014-06-13
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin925M travellingLamar Soda Butte Confluence925M foraging2014-05-242014-06-03
911MMiscellaneousDoug McLaughlin911M in Lamar ValleyLamar Valley911M by himself in Lamar Valley2014-05-242014-06-03
889FMiscellaneousDoug McLaughlin889F in Lamar ValleyLamar Valley889F by herself in Lamar Valley. Later, she joined 890M at a carcass.2014-05-222014-06-03
UnknownRick Hessseen on an elk kill in elk parkElk park near Gibbons MeadowThis wolf was seen feeding on an elk kill in elk park2014-05-212014-05-27
UnknownRichard and Sheila HudsonUnknown wolfPilgrim Creek RoadTravelling down Pilgrim Creek Road, spotted collared wolf on the road. It headed into the trees to our left and think it passed very close to a black bear(?) in the tree line - we have a fuzzy photo. Spoke to a couple osprey watching in the Park few days and they were most surprised that we had seen a wolf in that area.2014-05-202015-03-07
UnknownRichard and Sheila HudsonUnknown wolfPilgrim Creek RoadTravelling down Pilgrim Creek Road, spotted collared wolf on the road. It headed into the trees to our left and think it passed very close to a black bear(?) in the tree line - we have a fuzzy photo. Spoke to a couple osprey watching in the Park few days and they were most surprised that we had seen a wolf in that area.2014-05-202015-03-07
UnknownPeter DettlingUnknown wolf sitting on a hill near Pebble CreekYoung wolf sitting on a hill near Trout Lake / Soda Butte CanyonWhile driving into the park from Cooke City I came around the corner near Trout Lake only to see a single wolf walking up the road. As the wolf saw me he walked up the hill and shortly stopped to look back at me and another car behind me. soon after he got up and slowly walked up into the forest and out of sight. No visible sign of mange or scratching. The wolf seemed to be a young one- yearling? - with a collar on. Name of wolf and wolf family it belongs to is unknown to me.2014-05-202014-05-28
UnknownCanyon PackKENNETH Pat GINNHe was Patrolling alone.Near Indian Creek CampgroundThis young wolf seemed to be patrolling his territory and was moving along at a comfortable pace when he stepped up on a fallen log and took a quick look around.2014-05-182014-08-07
UnknownRick Hessgoose nest raiding wolf near Norrismeadow near Norris Campground on Mammoth-Norris RdThis unknown wolf was photographed raiding a goose nest. I was told it was a juvenile member of the Canyon Pack2014-05-182014-05-27
UnknownSusan StevensGrey wolfJust west of road from Mammoth - Norris, a little south of Willow ParkSaw this lone wolf trotting along the road at a pretty good clip, headed southbound. Kept it's head down pretty much the whole time, obviously sniffing for something. I showed it to one of the Facebook wolf watchers and they were guessing a Canyon pack member, but don't know for sure.2014-05-182014-05-19
889FMiscellaneousDoug McLaughlin889F in Lamar ValleyLamar Valley889F by herself in Lamar Valley2014-05-172014-06-03
890MJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlin890M with two uncollared graysSlough Creek890M (Alpha Male) with 2 gray yearlings2014-05-152014-06-03
890MJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlin890M with two uncollared graysSlough Creek890M (Alpha Male) with 2 gray yearlings2014-05-152014-06-03
907FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlin907FSlough Creek907F, yearling female with mange infection2014-05-152014-06-03
907FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlin907F, 890M, and uncollared graySlough Creek907F, 890M, and an uncollared gray yearling2014-05-152014-06-03
911MJunction Butte PackClay RouseGray wolfLower Hellroaring Pullout911 crossed the road in front of us and stop before the trees about 20 yds south of the road and gave me about time for five pictures2014-05-132017-01-06
889FMiscellaneousDoug McLaughlin889F in Lamar ValleyLamar Valley889F by herself in Lamar Valley2014-05-102014-06-03
889FMiscellaneousDoug McLaughlin889F in Lamar ValleyLamar Valley889F by herself in Lamar Valley2014-05-102014-06-03
909F8 Mile PackPeter Dettling909F sitting on top of a hill near the North entrancePhoto taken from road across the Gardner River near 45th Parallel sign near the north entranceMy girlfriend and me spotted first the wolf we thought to be the leading female of the 8 Mile pack, 909F. She was down near the Gardner River and she stood still looking always in one direction like she would be waiting for something. Soon later a single wapiti female appeared over a hill and walked in a fast pace - head held high up - by her. No reaction from 909F. Instead she saw her ( what we believe to be) her partner 871M appearing over the same hill the elk cow came from. 871M then waited on top of the hill for 909F and together they disappeared up and over the hill out of sight. This photo shows her resting a second before following her partner up the hill. We circled for a while the road but did not see the wolves again.They were the only two wolves we saw and no sign of mange.2014-05-082014-05-28
871M8 Mile PackPeter Dettling871M waiting on top of a hill for his partner 909FPhoto taken from road across the Gardner River near 45th Parallel sign near the north entranceMy girlfriend and me spotted first the wolf we thought to be the leading female of the 8 Mile pack, 909F. She was down near the Gardner River and she stood still looking always in one direction like she would be waiting for something. Soon later a single wapiti female appeared over a hill and walked in a fast pace - head held high up - by her. No reaction from 909F. Instead she saw her ( what we believe to be) her partner 871M appearing over the same hill the elk cow came from. 871M then waited on top of the hill for 909F and together they disappeared up and over the hill out of sight. We circled for a while the road but did not see the wolves again.They were the only two wolves we saw and no sign of mange.2014-05-082014-05-28
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinUncollared gray yearling from Junction Butte PackSlough CreekUncollared gray yearling2014-05-052014-06-03
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinUncollared gray yearling from Junction Butte PackSlough CreekUncollared gray yearling2014-05-052014-06-03
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinUncollared gray yearling from Junction Butte PackSlough CreekUncollared gray yearling2014-05-052014-06-03
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinUncollared gray yearling from Junction Butte PackSlough CreekUncollared gray yearling2014-05-052014-06-03
889FMiscellaneousDoug McLaughlin889F in Lamar ValleyLamar Valley889F by herself in Lamar Valley2014-05-052014-06-03
889FMiscellaneousDoug McLaughlin889F in Lamar ValleyLamar Valley889F by herself in Lamar Valley2014-05-052014-06-03
889FMiscellaneousDoug McLaughlin889F in Lamar ValleyLamar Valley889F by herself in Lamar Valley2014-05-052014-06-03
778MBlacktail Deer Plateau PackNational Park Service778M and alpha femaleNorthern RangeAlpha pair from the Blacktail pack2014-04-212014-05-10
889F755M & 889F GroupNational Park Service889FNorthern Range889F rolling in the dirt and snow2014-04-212014-05-09
889F755M & 889F GroupNational Park Service889FNorthern Range889F rolling in the dirt and snow2014-04-212014-05-09
869MJunction Butte PackNational Park Service869MNorthern Range869M following 890M.2014-04-102014-05-10
779FMollie's PackNational Park Service779FYellowstone Interior779F traveling with the Mollie's alpha male2014-04-102014-05-10
755M755M & 889F GroupNational Park Service755M and 889FNorthern Range755M and 889F bedded.2014-04-102014-05-09
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinAlphas from the Lamar Canyon packNear Footbridge pullout in Lamar Valley925M and 926F traveling together2014-04-072014-04-15
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinAlphas from the Lamar Canyon packNear Footbridge pullout in Lamar Valley925M and 926F traveling together2014-04-072014-04-15
755M755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin755M at Tower JunctionTower Junction755M was with 889F near Tower Junction2014-04-012014-04-07
755M755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin755M at Tower JunctionTower Junction755M was with 889F near Tower Junction2014-04-012014-04-07
755M755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin755M at Tower JunctionTower Junction755M was with 889F near Tower Junction2014-04-012014-04-07
889F755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin889F at Tower JunctionTower Junction889F was with 755M near Tower Junction2014-04-012014-04-07
889F755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin889F at Tower JunctionTower Junction889F was with 755M near Tower Junction2014-04-012014-04-07
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin925M from Picnic pull-outLamar Valley925M and 926F travelling in Lamar Valley were viewed from the Picnic pull-out (east of the Lamar Buffalo ranch and west of the Lamar River/Soda Butte creek confluence)2014-04-012014-04-07
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin925M from Picnic pull-outLamar Valley925M and 926F travelling in Lamar Valley were viewed from the Picnic pull-out (east of the Lamar Buffalo ranch and west of the Lamar River/Soda Butte creek confluence)2014-04-012014-04-07
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin925M from Picnic pull-outLamar Valley925M and 926F travelling in Lamar Valley were viewed from the Picnic pull-out (east of the Lamar Buffalo ranch and west of the Lamar River/Soda Butte creek confluence)2014-04-012014-04-07
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin925M from Picnic pull-outLamar Valley925M and 926F travelling in Lamar Valley were viewed from the Picnic pull-out (east of the Lamar Buffalo ranch and west of the Lamar River/Soda Butte creek confluence)2014-04-012014-04-07
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin926F from Picnic pull-outLamar Valley925M and 926F travelling in Lamar Valley were viewed from the Picnic pull-out (east of the Lamar Buffalo ranch and west of the Lamar River/Soda Butte creek confluence)2014-04-012014-04-07
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin926F from Picnic pull-outLamar Valley925M and 926F travelling in Lamar Valley were viewed from the Picnic pull-out (east of the Lamar Buffalo ranch and west of the Lamar River/Soda Butte creek confluence)2014-04-012014-04-07
911M755M & 889F GroupJohn Nichols911M crossing road in Little AmericaPond pullout in Little America911M was following an uncollared black wolf. They crossed the road from north to south disappearing pretty quickly. Photo taken from the pond pullout looking East.2014-03-232014-03-23
911M755M & 889F GroupJohn Nichols911M crossing road in Little AmericaPond pullout in Little America911M was following an uncollared black wolf. They crossed the road from north to south disappearing pretty quickly. Photo taken from the pond pullout looking East.2014-03-232014-03-23
478FCougar Creek PackNational Park Service478F, 689M, 953F, and other pack membersYellowstone InteriorCougar Creek pack bedded in the snow.2014-03-222014-05-09
909F8 Mile PackNational Park Service909F and other members of the main group from the 8 Mile packNorthern Range909F bedded with pack mates.2014-03-222014-05-09
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2014-03-142014-06-03
890MJunction Butte PackNational Park Service890M, 907F, uncollared gray pupNorthern Range890M and gray pup standing, 907F bedded.2014-03-142014-05-10
890MJunction Butte PackNational Park Service890M, 907F, 870FNorthern RangeAlpha pair of the Junction Butte pack with 907F, collared gray pup with mange2014-03-142014-05-10
907FJunction Butte PackNational Park Service907F, 890M, and gray pupNorthern Range907F plays with another gray pup while alpha male 890M stands, waiting for the rest of the pack.2014-03-142014-05-10
821F8 Mile PackNational Park Service821F looking for the rest of her groupNorthern RangeSW763M, 821F, and Dark Gray traveling together, away from the main 8-mile group.2014-03-142014-05-09
712MCanyon PackNational Park Service712M bedded in thermal areaNear Gibbon Meadows712M with the alpha female and... How many wolves do you see?2014-03-132014-04-08
909F8 Mile PackNational Park Service8 Mile packNear Geode Marsh909F, 871M, and 6 other wolves from the 8 Mile pack.2014-03-132014-04-08
871M8 Mile PackNational Park Service8 Mile packNear Geode Marsh909F, 871M, and 7 other wolves from the 8 Mile pack.2014-03-132014-04-08
871M8 Mile PackNational Park Service8 Mile packNear Geode Marsh909F, 871M, and 6 other wolves from the 8 Mile pack.2014-03-132014-04-08
821F8 Mile PackNational Park Service821F with Dark Gray (subordinate gray adult female)Hellroaring Trail821F, SW763M, and Dark Gray (all from the 8 Mile pack) spent most of March together, away from the pack.2014-03-132014-04-08
633FYellowstone Delta PackNational Park Service633F, 760M, 661M, 872F, with 9 other pack membersNear Gibbon Meadows13 wolves from the Yellowstone Delta Pack.2014-03-122014-04-08
870FJunction Butte PackNational Park Service870F, 869M, 890M, and 907F with three uncollared pack membersCrystal CreekThe 7 Junction Butte wolves (5 pictured here)2014-03-122014-04-08
755M755M & 889F GroupNational Park Service755M beddedAgate Creek755M bedded away from 889F, 911M, and the black Junction female.2014-03-122014-04-08
889F755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin889F, 755M, 911M, and the Junction Black FemaleTower Junction889F near a carcass. She was with 755M, 911M, and the Junction Black Female.2014-03-112014-03-19
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackNational Park Service712M and Canyon alpha female bedded in thermal areaSulfur HillAlpha pair of the Canyon pack bedded together.2014-03-082014-04-08
763M8 Mile PackNational Park ServiceSW763M, 821F, and Dark Gray were bedded togetherNear Antelope MarshSW763M, 821F, and Dark Gray were bedded together. These three were together during March, away from the rest of the 8 Mile pack.2014-03-082014-04-08
763M8 Mile PackNational Park ServiceSW763M, 821F, and Dark Gray were bedded togetherNear Antelope MarshSW763M, 821F, and Dark Gray were bedded together. These three were together during March, away from the rest of the 8 Mile pack.2014-03-082014-04-08
763M8 Mile PackNational Park ServiceSW763M, 821F, and Dark Gray were bedded togetherNear Antelope MarshSW763M, 821F, and Dark Gray were howling. These three were together during March, away from the rest of the 8 Mile pack.2014-03-082014-04-08
821F8 Mile PackNational Park ServiceSW763M, 821F, and Dark Gray were bedded togetherNear Antelope MarshSW763M, 821F, and Dark Gray were howling. These three were together during March, away from the rest of the 8 Mile pack.2014-03-082014-04-08
889F755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin755M and 889F in Lamar ValleyLamar Valley755M and 889F together.2014-02-282014-03-19
755M755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin755M in Lamar ValleyLamar Valley755M traveling through the snow.2014-02-282014-03-19
755M755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin755M in Lamar ValleyLamar Valley755M traveling through the snow.2014-02-282014-03-19
911M755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin911M as part of 755M's groupLamar Valley911M travelling in Lamar Valley2014-02-282014-03-19
889F755M & 889F GroupTom FagerlinThis was the last of 4 woles making their way through, I think she has a limplamar valley, by the bathroom, looking souththis was already documented and photographed by others but this was when one wolf, maybe 755 was trying to breed his daughter or sister, I think, or the female was a trying and he wouldn't.2014-02-282014-03-11
889F755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin889F and 911MNorth of road in Lamar Valley889F and 911M traveled and bedded together.2014-02-272014-03-19
889F755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin889F and 911MNorth of road in Lamar Valley889F and 911M traveled and bedded together.2014-02-272014-03-19
911M755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin911MNorth of road in Lamar Valley889F and 911M traveled and bedded together.2014-02-272014-03-19
911M755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin911MNorth of road in Lamar Valley889F and 911M traveled and bedded together.2014-02-272014-03-19
911M755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin911MNorth of road in Lamar Valley889F and 911M traveled and bedded together.2014-02-272014-03-19
Unknown755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlinJunction Black Female as part of 755Ms groupNorth of road in Lamar Valley889F, 911M, and the Junction Black Female traveled and bedded together.2014-02-272014-03-19
Unknown755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlinJunction Black Female as part of 755Ms groupNorth of road in Lamar Valley889F, 911M, and the Junction Black Female traveled and bedded together.2014-02-272014-03-19
889F755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin911M, 889F, and Junction Black Female as part of 755Ms groupNorth of road in Lamar Valley889F, 911M, and the Junction Black Female traveled and bedded together.2014-02-272014-03-19
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin926F at bull elk carcassSoda Butte and Lamar Confluence926F and 925M fed at this bull elk carcass during a snow storm.2014-02-232014-02-25
821F8 Mile PackDoug McLaughlin821F and gray pupNear Phantom Lake821F and gray pup from the 8 Mile pack2014-02-172014-02-20
821F8 Mile PackDoug McLaughlin821FNear Phantom Lake821F and gray pup from the 8 Mile pack2014-02-172014-02-20
Unknown8 Mile PackDoug McLaughlinGray 8 mile pupNear Phantom Lake821F and gray pup from the 8 Mile pack2014-02-172014-02-20
911M755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin889F and 911MTower Junction889F (who has been travelling with 755M) and 911M (who has been travelling with the Blacktail Pack).2014-02-152014-02-28
911M755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin889F and 911MTower Junction889F (who has been travelling with 755M) and 911M (who has been travelling with the Blacktail Pack).2014-02-152014-02-28
911M755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin889F and 911MTower Junction889F (who has been travelling with 755M) and 911M (who has been travelling with the Blacktail Pack).2014-02-152014-02-28
911M755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin889F and 911MTower Junction889F (who has been travelling with 755M) and 911M (who has been travelling with the Blacktail Pack).2014-02-152014-02-28
889F755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin889F and 911MTower Junction889F (who has been travelling with 755M) and 911M (who has been travelling with the Blacktail Pack).2014-02-152014-02-28
889F755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin889F and 911MTower Junction889F (who has been travelling with 755M) and 911M (who has been travelling with the Blacktail Pack).2014-02-152014-02-28
889F755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin889F and 911MTower Junction889F (who has been travelling with 755M) and 911M (who has been travelling with the Blacktail Pack).2014-02-152014-02-28
889F755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin889F and 911MTower Junction889F (who has been travelling with 755M) and 911M (who has been travelling with the Blacktail Pack).2014-02-152014-02-28
755M755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin755M near Crystal CreekCrystal Creek755M near the Junction Butte alphas and the black female for the second consecutive day.2014-02-112014-03-09
755M755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin755M near Crystal CreekCrystal Creek755M near the Junction Butte alphas and the black female for the second consecutive day.2014-02-112014-03-09
778MBlacktail Deer Plateau PackKathy RowlandBlacktail wolf 778MNear Petrified Tree road, Mammoth to Tower road.Wolf cross in front of us, east to west, then headed quickly up the hill into the trees. Mouth was bloody, but not sure if it was from a recent meal or altercation.2014-02-082014-02-17
UnknownCanyon PackVainateya DeshpandeCanyon PackNorthern RangeThe bison chased one of the wolves away2014-02-062014-02-15
UnknownCanyon PackVainateya DeshpandeCanyon PackNorthern RangeRest of the pack followed2014-02-062014-02-15
UnknownCanyon PackVainateya DeshpandeCanyon PackNorthern Rangethe pack moved up the hills and then disappeared2014-02-062014-02-15
UnknownCanyon PackVainateya DeshpandeCanyon PackNorthern Rangethe pack moved up the hills and then disappeared2014-02-062014-02-15
UnknownCanyon PackVainateya DeshpandeCanyon PackNorthern Rangethe pack moved up the hills and then disappeared. Believe these were the alpha pair, not sure2014-02-062014-02-15
UnknownCanyon PackVainateya DeshpandeCanyon PackNorthern Rangesome of the canyon pack were casing a herd of bison.2014-02-062014-02-15
UnknownCanyon PackVainateya DeshpandeCanyon PackNorthern Rangesome of the canyon pack were casing a herd of bison. thought seems the alpha lost interest and moved away2014-02-062014-02-15
UnknownCanyon PackVainateya DeshpandeCanyon PackNorthern Rangesome of the canyon pack still stayed back and the bison were not happy2014-02-062014-02-15
925MLamar Canyon PackVainateya DeshpandeBig Gray protecting the killPebble Creek CampgroundBig Gray near a killed elk doe, just near the picnic tables and restrooms, about quarter mile from the road, just off of the parking lot2014-02-042014-02-15
925MLamar Canyon PackVainateya DeshpandeBig GreyPebble Creek CampgroundBig Gray near a killed elk doe, just near the picnic tables and restrooms, about quarter mile from the road, just off of the parking lot2014-02-042014-02-15
871M8 Mile PackVainateya Deshpande871M in the snowNorthern Range8 mile pack seen with about 8 wolves that morning. Need to confirm wolf ID - this was from my notes from YA guide2014-02-032014-02-15
871M8 Mile PackVainateya Deshpande871M sprinting up the hill sideNorthern Range8 mile pack seen with about 8 wolves that morning. Need to confirm wolf ID - this was from my notes from YA guide2014-02-032014-02-15
871M8 Mile PackVainateya Deshpande871M - the pawsNorthern Range8 mile pack seen with about 8 wolves that morning. Need to confirm wolf ID - this was from my notes from YA guide2014-02-032014-02-15
909F8 Mile PackVainateya Deshpande909F being courted by beta maleNorthern Range8 mile pack seen with about 8 wolves that morning. Need to confirm wolf ID - this was from my notes from YA guide2014-02-032014-02-15
Unknown8 Mile PackVainateya Deshpande8 Mile PackNorthern Range8 mile pack seen with about 8 wolves that morning. Need to confirm wolf ID - this was from my notes from YA guide. Believe this was the Alpha male, alpha female and the beta male2014-02-032014-02-15
Unknown8 Mile PackVainateya DeshpandeRest of the pack followsNorthern Range8 mile pack seen with about 8 wolves that morning. Need to confirm wolf ID - this was from my notes from YA guide. Rest of the pack - probably pups and yearlings followed the alpha male, alpha female and the beta male at a distance of about quarter mile.2014-02-032014-02-15
871M8 Mile PackDoug McLaughlinAlpha pair of the 8-mile packLower HellroaringAlpha male (871M, black) and alpha female (909F, gray) from the 8-mile pack.2014-02-032014-02-04
909F8 Mile PackDoug McLaughlinAlpha female of the 8-mile packLower HellroaringAlpha female (909F, gray) from the 8-mile pack.2014-02-032014-02-04
Unknown8 Mile PackDoug McLaughlin8-mile pupsLower Hellroaring3 pups from the 8-mile pack.2014-02-032014-02-04
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackDoug McLaughlinCanyon alpha pair 712M and white femaleNear High Bridge in MammothCanyon alpha male (712M) and alpha female2014-02-022014-02-04
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackDoug McLaughlinCanyon alpha pair 712M and white femaleNear High Bridge in MammothCanyon alpha male (712M) and alpha female2014-02-022014-02-04
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackDoug McLaughlinCanyon alpha pair 712M and white femaleNear High Bridge in MammothCanyon alpha male (712M) and alpha female2014-02-022014-02-04
712MCanyon PackDoug McLaughlinCanyon alpha pair 712M and white femaleNear High Bridge in MammothCanyon alpha male (712M) and alpha female2014-02-022014-02-04
712MCanyon PackDoug McLaughlinCanyon alpha pair 712M and white femaleNear High Bridge in MammothCanyon alpha male (712M) and alpha female2014-02-022014-02-04
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackDoug McLaughlinCanyon alpha pair 712M and white femaleNear High Bridge in MammothCanyon alpha male (712M) and alpha female2014-02-022014-02-04
890MJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinAlpha pair of the Junction Butte PackSlough CreekAlpha male (890M, black) and alpha female (870F, gray) from the Junction Butte pack.2014-02-012014-02-04
890MJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinAlpha pair of the Junction Butte PackSlough Creek870F and 890M2014-02-012014-02-03
907FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlin907F and another pup from the Junction Butte PackLittle America907F2014-02-012014-02-03
UnknownJessica RichardsUnknown wolf on the road to Tower.High BridgeUnknown wolf on the road to Tower. I took this with my iphone from the safety of my car. After I pass the wolf, it ventured off the road. It seemed unafraid of cars.2014-02-012014-02-01
UnknownJessica RichardsUnknown wolf on the road to Tower.High BridgeUnknown wolf on the road to Tower, taken with my iphone from the safety of my car. After I passed the wolf, it got off the road.2014-02-012014-02-01
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon Pack near the Soda Butte coneEast end of Lamar Valley925M and 926F2014-01-302014-02-03
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon Pack near the Soda Butte coneEast end of Lamar Valley925M and 926F2014-01-282014-02-03
870FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinAlpha female of the Junction Butte PackLittle America870F2014-01-272014-02-03
870FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinAlpha female of the Junction Butte PackLittle America870F2014-01-272014-02-03
870FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinAlpha female of the Junction Butte PackLittle America870F2014-01-272014-02-03
755M755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin755MYellowstone National park755M2014-01-262014-02-28
755M755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin755MYellowstone National park755M2014-01-262014-02-28
778MBlacktail Deer Plateau PackDoug McLaughlinNew pack composition for the Blacktail pack.Blacktail Ponds area778M (alpha male), gray adult alpha female, gray pup, and black pup. 911M was not with the pack on this day.2014-01-262014-02-03
UnknownRebecca Ramseywolf, cow & calf bisonGibbon FallsWolf had attacked bison calf, cow also had facial lesions. Cow was relentless in charging wolf, defending calf. Wolf relentless in circling back to attack. We were first snowcoach in the park and witnessed this scene. Wolf eventually left down the Gibbon Falls road, and reportedly the cow and calf returned to the herd by the end of the day.2014-01-252014-02-04
UnknownRebecca Ramseywolf, cow & calf bisonGibbon FallsWolf had attacked bison calf, cow also had facial lesions. Cow was relentless in charging wolf, defending calf. Wolf relentless in circling back to attack. We were first snowcoach in the park and witnessed this scene. Wolf eventually left down the Gibbon Falls road, and reportedly the cow and calf returned to the herd by the end of the day.2014-01-252014-02-04
UnknownRebecca Ramseywolf, cow & calf bisonGibbon FallsWolf had attacked bison calf, cow also had facial lesions. Cow was relentless in charging wolf, defending calf. Wolf relentless in circling back to attack. We were first snowcoach in the park and witnessed this scene. Wolf eventually left down the Gibbon Falls road, and reportedly the cow and calf returned to the herd by the end of the day.2014-01-252014-02-04
UnknownRebecca Ramseywolf, cow & calf bisonGibbon FallsWolf had attacked bison calf, cow also had facial lesions. Cow was relentless in charging wolf, defending calf. Wolf relentless in circling back to attack. We were first snowcoach in the park and witnessed this scene. Wolf eventually left down the Gibbon Falls road, and reportedly the cow and calf returned to the herd by the end of the day.2014-01-252014-02-04
UnknownRebecca Ramseywolf, cow & calf bisonGibbon FallsWolf had attacked bison calf, cow also had facial lesions. Cow was relentless in charging wolf, defending calf. Wolf relentless in circling back to attack. We were first snowcoach in the park and witnessed this scene. Wolf eventually left down the Gibbon Falls road, and reportedly the cow and calf returned to the herd by the end of the day.2014-01-252014-02-04
UnknownRebecca Ramseywolf had attacked calf, cow bisonGibbons FallsThis series shows primal instinct of cow protecting calf, calf keeping up with cow for survival, wolf relentless in pursuit of prey. This chasing had obviously been happening for quite some time, as both cow and calf had frozen condensation. We were the first snowcoach into the park, so happened upon this scene before anyone else.2014-01-252014-02-04
UnknownRebecca Ramseywolf had attacked calf, cow bisonGibbons FallsThis series shows primal instinct of cow protecting calf, calf keeping up with cow for survival, wolf relentless in pursuit of prey. This chasing had obviously been happening for quite some time, as both cow and calf had frozen condensation. We were the first snowcoach into the park, so happened upon this scene before anyone else.2014-01-252014-02-04
UnknownRebecca Ramseywolf had attacked calf, cow bisonGibbons FallsThis series shows primal instinct of cow protecting calf, calf keeping up with cow for survival, wolf relentless in pursuit of prey. This chasing had obviously been happening for quite some time, as both cow and calf had frozen condensation. We were the first snowcoach into the park, so happened upon this scene before anyone else.2014-01-252014-02-04
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon Pack near the Soda Butte coneEast end of Lamar Valley925M and 926F2014-01-252014-02-03
UnknownCanyon PackLouise EllingsworthWolf attacking bison calfRoad near Gibbon FallsWe came upon bison pair on roadway by turnoff for Gibbon Falls overlook. Calf underbelly bloodied. Then saw wolf in front of pair. Wolf aggressive towards calf with mama holding off wolf. Sat and watched for approximately 6-7 minutes until wolf left area. Pair continued down road. No blood dripping off calf. Cold temps approx 7F.2014-01-252014-01-29
UnknownCanyon PackLouise EllingsworthWolf attacking bison calfRoad near Gibbon FallsWe came upon bison pair on roadway by turnoff for Gibbon Falls overlook. Calf underbelly bloodied. Then saw wolf in front of pair. Wolf aggressive towards calf with mama holding off wolf. Sat and watched for approximately 6-7 minutes until wolf left area. Pair continued down road. No blood dripping off calf. Cold temps approx 7F.2014-01-252014-01-29
UnknownCanyon PackLouise EllingsworthWolf attacking bison calfRoad near Gibbon FallsWe came upon bison pair on roadway by turnoff for Gibbon Falls overlook. Calf underbelly bloodied. Then saw wolf in front of pair. Wolf aggressive towards calf with mama holding off wolf. Sat and watched for approximately 6-7 minutes until wolf left area. Pair continued down road. No blood dripping off calf. Cold temps approx 7F.2014-01-252014-01-29
UnknownCanyon PackLouise EllingsworthWolf attacking bison calfRoad near Gibbon FallsWe came upon bison pair on roadway by turnoff for Gibbon Falls overlook. Calf underbelly bloodied. Then saw wolf in front of pair. Wolf aggressive towards calf with mama holding off wolf. Sat and watched for approximately 6-7 minutes until wolf left area. Pair continued down road. No blood dripping off calf. Cold temps approx 7F.2014-01-252014-01-29
889F755M & 889F GroupNicholas Parker889F with a severe limp takes a break to check me out.Lamar Valley/Junction ButteA small group of photographers (including myself) were watching several eagles and coyotes pick at an elk carcass at the end of the east side of the canyon entering Lamar Valley. Due to the close proximity, no wolf would venture into sight during the day. 889F happened to stroll down the hillside just as the last person and myself starting walking to our cars-late dusk. She was limping severely and had a damaged front paw. I will never forget the majestic scene and my first wolf up-close in the wild!2014-01-232014-05-06
889FSid Pathak889F crossing the road infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. 889 F has an injured front right leg/pawinfront of Lamar Buffalo RanchWe were part of the Winter Wolf Discovery Program. We saw this wolf crossing the road in front of infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. The wolf had an injured right front leg/paw. It crossed the road right in front of our bus - barely 15 feet away!2014-01-202014-03-04
889FSid Pathak889F crossing the road infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. 889 F has an injured front right leg/pawinfront of Lamar Buffalo RanchWe were part of the Winter Wolf Discovery Program. We saw this wolf crossing the road in front of infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. The wolf had an injured right front leg/paw. It crossed the road right in front of our bus - barely 15 feet away!2014-01-202014-03-04
889FSid Pathak889F crossing the road infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. 889 F has an injured front right leg/pawinfront of Lamar Buffalo RanchWe were part of the Winter Wolf Discovery Program. We saw this wolf crossing the road in front of infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. The wolf had an injured right front leg/paw. It crossed the road right in front of our bus - barely 15 feet away!2014-01-202014-03-04
889FSid Pathak889F crossing the road infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. 889 F has an injured front right leg/pawinfront of Lamar Buffalo RanchWe were part of the Winter Wolf Discovery Program. We saw this wolf crossing the road in front of infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. The wolf had an injured right front leg/paw. It crossed the road right in front of our bus - barely 15 feet away!2014-01-202014-03-04
889FSid Pathak889F crossing the road infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. 889 F has an injured front right leg/pawinfront of Lamar Buffalo RanchWe were part of the Winter Wolf Discovery Program. We saw this wolf crossing the road in front of infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. The wolf had an injured right front leg/paw. It crossed the road right in front of our bus - barely 15 feet away!2014-01-202014-03-04
889FSid Pathak889F crossing the road infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. 889 F has an injured front right leg/pawinfront of Lamar Buffalo RanchWe were part of the Winter Wolf Discovery Program. We saw this wolf crossing the road in front of infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. The wolf had an injured right front leg/paw. It crossed the road right in front of our bus - barely 15 feet away!2014-01-202014-03-04
889FSid Pathak889F crossing the road infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. 889 F has an injured front right leg/pawinfront of Lamar Buffalo RanchWe were part of the Winter Wolf Discovery Program. We saw this wolf crossing the road in front of infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. The wolf had an injured right front leg/paw. It crossed the road right in front of our bus - barely 15 feet away!2014-01-202014-03-04
889FSid Pathak889F crossing the road infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. 889 F has an injured front right leg/pawinfront of Lamar Buffalo RanchWe were part of the Winter Wolf Discovery Program. We saw this wolf crossing the road in front of infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. The wolf had an injured right front leg/paw. It crossed the road right in front of our bus - barely 15 feet away!2014-01-202014-03-04
889FSid Pathak889F crossing the road infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. 889 F has an injured front right leg/pawinfront of Lamar Buffalo RanchWe were part of the Winter Wolf Discovery Program. We saw this wolf crossing the road in front of infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. The wolf had an injured right front leg/paw. It crossed the road right in front of our bus - barely 15 feet away!2014-01-202014-03-04
889FSid Pathak889F crossing the road infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. 889 F has an injured front right leg/pawinfront of Lamar Buffalo RanchWe were part of the Winter Wolf Discovery Program. We saw this wolf crossing the road in front of infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. The wolf had an injured right front leg/paw. It crossed the road right in front of our bus - barely 15 feet away!2014-01-202014-03-04
889FSid Pathak889F crossing the road infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. 889 F has an injured front right leg/pawinfront of Lamar Buffalo RanchWe were part of the Winter Wolf Discovery Program. We saw this wolf crossing the road in front of infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. The wolf had an injured right front leg/paw. It crossed the road right in front of our bus - barely 15 feet away!2014-01-202014-03-04
889FSid Pathak889F crossing the road infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. 889 F has an injured front right leg/pawinfront of Lamar Buffalo RanchWe were part of the Winter Wolf Discovery Program. We saw this wolf crossing the road in front of infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. The wolf had an injured right front leg/paw. It crossed the road right in front of our bus - barely 15 feet away!2014-01-202014-03-04
889FSid Pathak889F crossing the road infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. 889 F has an injured front right leg/pawinfront of Lamar Buffalo RanchWe were part of the Winter Wolf Discovery Program. We saw this wolf crossing the road in front of infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. The wolf had an injured right front leg/paw. It crossed the road right in front of our bus - barely 15 feet away!2014-01-202014-03-04
889FSid Pathak889F crossing the road infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. 889 F has an injured front right leg/pawinfront of Lamar Buffalo RanchWe were part of the Winter Wolf Discovery Program. We saw this wolf crossing the road in front of infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. The wolf had an injured right front leg/paw. It crossed the road right in front of our bus - barely 15 feet away!2014-01-202014-03-04
889FSid Pathak889F crossing the road infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. 889 F has an injured front right leg/pawinfront of Lamar Buffalo RanchWe were part of the Winter Wolf Discovery Program. We saw this wolf crossing the road in front of infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. The wolf had an injured right front leg/paw. It crossed the road right in front of our bus - barely 15 feet away!2014-01-202014-03-04
889FSid Pathak889F crossing the road infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. 889 F has an injured front right leg/pawinfront of Lamar Buffalo RanchWe were part of the Winter Wolf Discovery Program. We saw this wolf crossing the road in front of infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. The wolf had an injured right front leg/paw. It crossed the road right in front of our bus - barely 15 feet away!2014-01-202014-03-04
889FSid Pathak889F crossing the road infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. 889 F has an injured front right leg/pawinfront of Lamar Buffalo RanchWe were part of the Winter Wolf Discovery Program. We saw this wolf crossing the road in front of infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. The wolf had an injured right front leg/paw. It crossed the road right in front of our bus - barely 15 feet away!2014-01-202014-03-04
889FSid Pathak889F crossing the road infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. 889 F has an injured front right leg/pawinfront of Lamar Buffalo RanchWe were part of the Winter Wolf Discovery Program. We saw this wolf crossing the road in front of infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. The wolf had an injured right front leg/paw. It crossed the road right in front of our bus - barely 15 feet away!2014-01-202014-03-04
889FSid Pathak889F crossing the road infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. 889 F has an injured front right leg/pawinfront of Lamar Buffalo RanchWe were part of the Winter Wolf Discovery Program. We saw this wolf crossing the road in front of infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. The wolf had an injured right front leg/paw. It crossed the road right in front of our bus - barely 15 feet away!2014-01-202014-03-04
889FSid Pathak889F crossing the road infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. 889 F has an injured front right leg/pawinfront of Lamar Buffalo RanchWe were part of the Winter Wolf Discovery Program. We saw this wolf crossing the road in front of infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. The wolf had an injured right front leg/paw. It crossed the road right in front of our bus - barely 15 feet away!2014-01-202014-03-04
889FSid Pathak889F crossing the road infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. 889 F has an injured front right leg/pawinfront of Lamar Buffalo RanchWe were part of the Winter Wolf Discovery Program. We saw this wolf crossing the road in front of infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. The wolf had an injured right front leg/paw. It crossed the road right in front of our bus - barely 15 feet away!2014-01-202014-03-04
889FSid Pathak889F crossing the road infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. 889 F has an injured front right leg/pawinfront of Lamar Buffalo RanchWe were part of the Winter Wolf Discovery Program. We saw this wolf crossing the road in front of infront of Lamar Buffalo Ranch. The wolf had an injured right front leg/paw. It crossed the road right in front of our bus - barely 15 feet away!2014-01-202014-03-04
907FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinPup with mange from the Junction Butte PackLittle America907F2014-01-192014-02-03
926FLamar Canyon PackSteven ClevidenceBlack Lamar female, now 926fNear Foot bridge pull outChecking out an old carcass and looking for Big gray ( 925m). After howling for about 30 min, Big Gray answered and hooked up. They later had a elk down the following Sunday morning and were feeding and resting.2014-01-182014-01-23
Unknown8 Mile PackNational Park Service8-mile pack on wind-blown slopeGardiner's Hole8-mile pack including 909F, 871M, 821F, SW763M, 910M, and 908F2014-01-162014-02-03
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon Pack near the Soda Butte coneEast end of Lamar Valley925M and 926F2014-01-072014-02-03
UnknownCanyon PackKeith CrowleyCanyon Pack membersBlacktail Trailhead.Seven members of the Canyon pack, 5 grays and 2 blacks, including the alphas, were moving south just east of the Blacktailed Deer Trailhead toward willows. Five crossed the road, two did not. Eventually, the five recrossed the road and all seven moved north out of view.2014-01-052014-04-17
UnknownCanyon PackKeith CrowleyCanyon Pack membersBlacktail TrailheadSeven members of the Canyon pack, 5 grays and 2 blacks, including the alphas, were moving south just east of the Blacktailed Deer Trailhead toward willows. Five crossed the road, two did not. Eventually, the five recrossed the road and all seven moved north out of view.2014-01-052014-01-07
712MCanyon PackKeith CrowleyCanyon Pack membersBlacktail TrailheadSeven members of the Canyon pack, 5 grays and 2 blacks, including the alphas, were moving south just east of the Blacktailed Deer Trailhead toward willows. Five crossed the road, two did not. Eventually, the five recrossed the road and all seven moved north out of view.2014-01-052014-01-07
712MCanyon PackKeith CrowleyCanyon Pack membersBlacktail TrailheadSeven members of the Canyon pack, 5 grays and 2 blacks, including the alphas, were moving south just east of the Blacktailed Deer Trailhead toward willows. Five crossed the road, two did not. Eventually, the five recrossed the road and all seven moved north out of view.2014-01-052014-01-07
UnknownCanyon PackKeith CrowleyCanyon Pack membersBlacktail TrailheadSeven members of the Canyon pack, 5 grays and 2 blacks, including the alphas, were moving south just east of the Blacktailed Deer Trailhead toward willows. Five crossed the road, two did not. Eventually, the five recrossed the road and all seven moved north out of view.2014-01-052014-01-07
UnknownCanyon PackKeith CrowleyCanyon Pack membersBlacktail TrailheadSeven members of the Canyon pack, 5 grays and 2 blacks, including the alphas, were moving south just east of the Blacktailed Deer Trailhead toward willows. Five crossed the road, two did not. Eventually, the five recrossed the road and all seven moved north out of view.2014-01-052014-01-07
UnknownCanyon PackKeith CrowleyCanyon Pack membersBlacktail TrailheadSeven members of the Canyon pack, 5 grays and 2 blacks, including the alphas, were moving south just east of the Blacktailed Deer Trailhead toward willows. Five crossed the road, two did not. Eventually, the five recrossed the road and all seven moved north out of view.2014-01-052014-01-07
UnknownCanyon PackKeith CrowleyCanyon Pack membersBlacktail TrailheadSeven members of the Canyon pack, 5 grays and 2 blacks, including the alphas, were moving south just east of the Blacktailed Deer Trailhead toward willows. Five crossed the road, two did not. Eventually, the five recrossed the road and all seven moved north out of view.2014-01-052014-01-07
UnknownCanyon PackKeith CrowleyCanyon Pack membersBlacktail TrailheadSeven members of the Canyon pack, 5 grays and 2 blacks, including the alphas, were moving south just east of the Blacktailed Deer Trailhead toward willows. Five crossed the road, two did not. Eventually, the five recrossed the road and all seven moved north out of view.2014-01-052014-01-07
UnknownCanyon PackKeith CrowleyCanyon Pack membersBlacktail TrailheadSeven members of the Canyon pack, 5 grays and 2 blacks, including the alphas, were moving south just east of the Blacktailed Deer Trailhead toward willows. Five crossed the road, two did not. Eventually, the five recrossed the road and all seven moved north out of view.2014-01-052014-01-07
UnknownCanyon PackKeith CrowleyCanyon Pack membersBlacktail TrailheadSeven members of the Canyon pack, 5 grays and 2 blacks, including the alphas, were moving south just east of the Blacktailed Deer Trailhead toward willows. Five crossed the road, two did not. Eventually, the five recrossed the road and all seven moved north out of view.2014-01-052014-01-07
UnknownCanyon PackKeith CrowleyCanyon Pack membersBlacktail TrailheadSeven members of the Canyon pack, 5 grays and 2 blacks, including the alphas, were moving south just east of the Blacktailed Deer Trailhead toward willows. Five crossed the road, two did not. Eventually, the five recrossed the road and all seven moved north out of view.2014-01-052014-01-07
UnknownCanyon PackKeith CrowleyCanyon Pack membersBlacktail TrailheadSeven members of the Canyon pack, 5 grays and 2 blacks, including the alphas, were moving south just east of the Blacktailed Deer Trailhead toward willows. Five crossed the road, two did not. Eventually, the five recrossed the road and all seven moved north out of view.2014-01-052014-01-07
911MBlacktail Deer Plateau PackDoug McLaughlin911M from the Blacktail PackLittle America911M on one of his forays away from the Blacktail pack. You can see some hairloss above his tail.2014-01-022014-02-03
911MBlacktail Deer Plateau PackDoug McLaughlin911M from the Blacktail PackLittle America911M on one of his forays away from the Blacktail pack2014-01-022014-02-03
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon Pack near the Soda Butte coneEast end of Lamar Valley925M and 926F2014-01-012014-02-03
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon Pack near the Soda Butte coneEast end of Lamar Valley925M and 926F2014-01-012014-02-03
889F755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin889FYellowstone National park889F2013-12-292014-02-28
889F755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin889FYellowstone National park889F2013-12-292014-02-28
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon Pack near the Soda Butte coneEast end of Lamar Valley925M and 926F2013-12-272014-02-03
712MCanyon PackJennifer Jones712M left sideSE of High Bridge near MammothCanyon pack near High Bridge with Matt Metz - collar freq verified pack and 712M. Rallied and crossed creek from North of High Bridge to South side all east of the road.2013-12-152014-01-31
712MCanyon PackJennifer Jones712M left sideSE of High Bridge near MammothCanyon pack near High Bridge with Matt Metz - collar freq verified pack and 712M. Rallied and crossed creek from North of High Bridge to South side all east of the road.2013-12-152014-01-31
UnknownCanyon PackJennifer JonesMembers of Canyon pack 15Dec1/4 mi West of High Bridge in MammothMetz dragged me out and the Canyon pack was rallying just west of the High Bridge b/n Mammoth and Blacktail. Verified with collar frequencies.2013-12-152014-01-31
UnknownCanyon PackJennifer JonesMembers of Canyon pack 15Dec1/4 mi West of High Bridge in MammothMetz dragged me out and the Canyon pack was rallying just west of the High Bridge b/n Mammoth and Blacktail. Verified with collar frequencies.2013-12-152014-01-31
UnknownCanyon PackJennifer JonesMembers of Canyon pack 15Dec1/4 mi West of High Bridge in MammothMetz dragged me out and the Canyon pack was rallying just west of the High Bridge b/n Mammoth and Blacktail. Verified with collar frequencies.2013-12-152014-01-31
UnknownCanyon PackJennifer JonesMembers of Canyon pack 15Dec1/4 mi West of High Bridge in MammothMetz dragged me out and the Canyon pack was rallying just west of the High Bridge b/n Mammoth and Blacktail. Verified with collar frequencies.2013-12-152014-01-31
UnknownCanyon PackJennifer JonesMembers of Canyon pack 15Dec1/4 mi West of High Bridge in MammothMetz dragged me out and the Canyon pack was rallying just west of the High Bridge b/n Mammoth and Blacktail. Verified with collar frequencies.2013-12-152014-01-31
UnknownCanyon PackJennifer JonesMembers of Canyon pack 15Dec1/4 mi West of High Bridge in MammothMetz dragged me out and the Canyon pack was rallying just west of the High Bridge b/n Mammoth and Blacktail. Verified with collar frequencies.2013-12-152014-01-31
UnknownCanyon PackJennifer JonesMembers of Canyon pack 15Dec1/4 mi West of High Bridge in MammothMetz dragged me out and the Canyon pack was rallying just west of the High Bridge b/n Mammoth and Blacktail. Verified with collar frequencies.2013-12-152014-01-31
UnknownCanyon PackJennifer JonesMembers of Canyon pack 15Dec1/4 mi West of High Bridge in MammothMetz dragged me out and the Canyon pack was rallying just west of the High Bridge b/n Mammoth and Blacktail. Verified with collar frequencies.2013-12-152014-01-31
UnknownCanyon PackJennifer JonesMembers of Canyon pack 15Dec1/4 mi West of High Bridge in MammothMetz dragged me out and the Canyon pack was rallying just west of the High Bridge b/n Mammoth and Blacktail. Verified with collar frequencies.2013-12-152014-01-31
871M8 Mile PackDoug McLaughlin8-Mile PackHellroaring Slope18 wolves from the 8mile pack2013-12-102014-02-03
763M8 Mile PackDoug McLaughlin8-Mile PackHellroaring Slope18 wolves from the 8mile pack2013-12-102014-02-03
821F8 Mile PackDoug McLaughlin8-Mile PackHellroaring Slope18 wolves from the 8mile pack2013-12-102014-02-03
UnknownCanyon PackBrad OrstedCanyon Wolf in MammothMammothEight Canyon wolves were bedded up near the corral in Mammoth before they came down and crossed the road on their way back to a carcass in the Gardner River.2013-12-032014-07-21
UnknownCanyon PackBrad OrstedCanyon Black PupMammothA total of 8 Canyon wolves were bedded before getting up to return to a kill they had along the shore of the Gardner River in Mammoth. This Canyon pup paused on the hill to see which way the rest of the pack was going.2013-12-032013-12-09
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackBrad OrstedCanyon Alpha FemaleMammoth8 Canyon wolves were bedded up near the corral in Mammoth before getting up to return to their kill along the Gardner River. The alpha female lead the way across the road and down to the river.2013-12-032013-12-09
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackBrad OrstedCanyon Alpha FemaleMammoth8 Canyon wolves were bedded up near the corrals in Mammoth including both alphas. The alpha female lead the way with one other gray and the rest stayed closer to 712M when they crossed the road and headed to a carcass in the Gardner River.2013-12-032013-12-09
712MCanyon PackBrad OrstedThe Canyon Pack in MammothLower MammothThe Canyon Pack was bedded on a hill SW of the corrals in Mammoth. Around 4pm they started to get up and move towards the Gardner River, crossing the road between the high bridge and Upper Mammoth. Here is 712M, the alpha male of the pack. They had a kill along the shore of the Gardner River they were returning to. There were a total of 8 wolves together that day.2013-12-032013-12-09
889F755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin889FYellowstone National park889F2013-11-292014-02-28
755M755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin755MYellowstone National park755M2013-11-292014-02-28
760MYellowstone Delta PackNational Park ServiceYellowstone Delta packYellowstone Delta760M, 661M, 633F2013-11-282014-02-04
760MYellowstone Delta PackNational Park ServiceYellowstone Delta packYellowstone Delta760M, 661M, 633F2013-11-282014-02-04
779FMollie's PackNational Park ServiceMollie's pack nappingPelican ValleyMollie's pups2013-11-282014-02-04
779FMollie's PackNational Park ServiceMollie's pack nappingPelican ValleyMollie's pups2013-11-282014-02-04
Unknown8 Mile PackNational Park Service8-mile pack pupsGardiner's Hole8-mile pack was travelling. Here, pups are following the trail that other wolves broke for them through the snow.2013-11-252014-02-03
712MCanyon PackPat MigliaccioPackLava CreekJust crossed Lava Creek and road heading towards Mammoth. [712M, white alpha female, and a gray yearling].2013-11-232013-12-09
UnknownCanyon PackPat MigliaccioTrying to keep up with the packLava CreekJust crossed Lava Creek and road heading towards Mammoth. Injured right front leg. [Canyon Pup].2013-11-232013-12-09
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackDustin CulbertsonFour wolves of the Canyon Pack seen traveling west along highway 212 just east of Tower JunctionLess than 1 mile east of Tower Junction, along highway 212The alpha female seemed to have a slight limp, and had blood on her mouth that is visible in these photos. It appears that there may be one or two puncture wounds on the right side of her mouth. The wolf visible in IMG_1958 had a dramatic limp and obvious swelling in the left-front leg, visible in the photo.2013-11-232013-11-27
UnknownCanyon PackDustin CulbertsonFour wolves of the Canyon Pack seen traveling west along highway 212 just east of Tower JunctionLess than 1 mile east of Tower Junction, along highway 212The alpha female seemed to have a slight limp, and had blood on her mouth that is visible in these photos. It appears that there may be one or two puncture wounds on the right side of her mouth. The wolf visible in IMG_1958 had a dramatic limp and obvious swelling in the left-front leg, visible in the photo.2013-11-232013-11-27
712MCanyon PackDustin CulbertsonFour wolves of the Canyon Pack seen traveling west along highway 212 just east of Tower JunctionLess than 1 mile east of Tower Junction, along highway 212The alpha female seemed to have a slight limp, and had blood on her mouth that is visible in these photos. It appears that there may be one or two puncture wounds on the right side of her mouth. The wolf visible in IMG_1958 had a dramatic limp and obvious swelling in the left-front leg, visible in the photo.2013-11-232013-11-27
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackDustin CulbertsonFour wolves of the Canyon Pack seen traveling west along highway 212 just east of Tower JunctionLess than 1 mile east of Tower Junction, along highway 212The alpha female seemed to have a slight limp, and had blood on her mouth that is visible in these photos. It appears that there may be one or two puncture wounds on the right side of her mouth. The wolf visible in IMG_1958 had a dramatic limp and obvious swelling in the left-front leg, visible in the photo.2013-11-232013-11-27
712MCanyon PackDustin CulbertsonFour wolves of the Canyon Pack seen traveling west along highway 212 just east of Tower JunctionLess than 1 mile east of Tower Junction, along highway 212The alpha female seemed to have a slight limp, and had blood on her mouth that is visible in these photos. It appears that there may be one or two puncture wounds on the right side of her mouth. The wolf visible in IMG_1958 had a dramatic limp and obvious swelling in the left-front leg, visible in the photo.2013-11-232013-11-27
UnknownCanyon PackDustin CulbertsonFour wolves of the Canyon Pack seen traveling west along highway 212 just east of Tower JunctionLess than 1 mile east of Tower Junction, along highway 212The alpha female seemed to have a slight limp, and had blood on her mouth that is visible in these photos. It appears that there may be one or two puncture wounds on the right side of her mouth. The wolf visible in IMG_1958 had a dramatic limp and obvious swelling in the left-front leg, visible in the photo.2013-11-232013-11-27
UnknownCanyon PackDustin CulbertsonFour wolves of the Canyon Pack seen traveling west along highway 212 just east of Tower JunctionLess than 1 mile east of Tower Junction, along highway 212The alpha female seemed to have a slight limp, and had blood on her mouth that is visible in these photos. It appears that there may be one or two puncture wounds on the right side of her mouth. The wolf visible in IMG_1958 had a dramatic limp and obvious swelling in the left-front leg, visible in the photo.2013-11-232013-11-27
UnknownCanyon PackCheyenne Burnett4 wolves from the Canyon pack travelling in the Northern Range. This pup was limping on the right front leg (you can see swelling).Blacktail Ponds areaAfter feeding on a carcass near the Tower ranger station the previous day, four of the Canyon wolves were seen travelling all the way from Hellroaring slope to Mammoth.2013-11-232013-11-27
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackCheyenne Burnett4 wolves from the Canyon pack travelling in the Northern RangeBlacktail Ponds areaAfter feeding on a carcass near the Tower ranger station the previous day, four of the Canyon wolves were seen travelling all the way from Hellroaring slope to Mammoth.2013-11-232013-11-27
712MCanyon PackCheyenne Burnett4 wolves from the Canyon pack travelling in the Northern Range.Blacktail Ponds areaAfter feeding on a carcass near the Tower ranger station the previous day, four of the Canyon wolves were seen travelling all the way from Hellroaring slope to Mammoth.2013-11-232013-11-27
UnknownCanyon PackCheyenne Burnett4 wolves from the Canyon pack travelling in the Northern Range. This looks like a yearling.Blacktail Ponds areaAfter feeding on a carcass near the Tower ranger station the previous day, four of the Canyon wolves were seen travelling all the way from Hellroaring slope to Mammoth.2013-11-232013-11-27
889F755M & 889F GroupNational Park Service755M and 889F beddedNorthern Range755M and 889F bedded together.2013-11-222014-04-08
478FCougar Creek PackNational Park ServiceCougar pack traveling through the snowCougar Creek14 Cougar Creek wolves were spotted, including 478F, 757F, 689M and 825F2013-11-222014-02-03
633FYellowstone Delta PackNational Park ServiceDelta pack beddedYellowstone Delta633F, 661M, 760M, and 872F2013-11-212014-02-04
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon Pack near the Soda Butte coneEast end of Lamar Valley925M and 926F2013-11-192014-02-03
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon Pack near the Soda Butte coneEast end of Lamar Valley925M and 926F2013-11-192014-02-03
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinBig Gray and the Black Female argue with a grizzly bear over a carcassLamar ValleyBig Gray and the Black Female. These two wolves are the only ones from the Lamar Canyon pack still periodically viewed within the park.2013-11-192014-01-07
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinBig Gray and the Black Female argue with a grizzly bear over a carcassLamar ValleyBig Gray and the Black Female. These two wolves are the only ones from the Lamar Canyon pack still periodically viewed within the park.2013-11-192014-01-07
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinBig Gray and the Black Female argue with a grizzly bear over a carcassLamar ValleyBig Gray and the Black Female. These two wolves are the only ones from the Lamar Canyon pack still periodically viewed within the park.2013-11-192014-01-07
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinBig Gray and the Black Female argue with a grizzly bear over a carcassLamar ValleyBig Gray and the Black Female. These two wolves are the only ones from the Lamar Canyon pack still periodically viewed within the park.2013-11-192014-01-07
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinBig Gray and the Black Female argue with a grizzly bear over a carcassLamar ValleyBig Gray and the Black Female. These two wolves are the only ones from the Lamar Canyon pack still periodically viewed within the park.2013-11-192014-01-07
926FLamar Canyon PackDale BohlkeWolf running through sageeast of Soda ButteThe Lamar pair were trying to reclaim a carcass from a grizzly.2013-11-192013-12-10
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte pack traveling before they beddedGeode Creek Marsh10 wolves total were seen, including 3 blacks and 7 grays.2013-11-172013-11-19
870FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte pack travelling before they beddedGeode Creek Marsh10 wolves total were seen, including 3 blacks and 7 grays2013-11-172013-11-19
890MJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte pack travelling before they beddedGeode Creek Marsh10 wolves total were seen, including 3 blacks and 7 grays2013-11-172013-11-19
890MJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte pack travelling before they beddedGeode Creek Marsh10 wolves total were seen, including 3 blacks and 7 grays2013-11-172013-11-19
760MYellowstone Delta PackNational Park ServiceYellowstone Delta pack beddedYellowstone Delta760M, 661M, 633F2013-11-122014-02-04
778MBlacktail Deer Plateau PackBrad Orsted778M and uncollared grayFloating IslandThese two and another gray with a bad limp crossed near Floating Island at dusk.2013-11-122014-01-24
778MBlacktail Deer Plateau PackBrad Orsted778M and two other grays crossed the road near Floating Island at dusk.Floating Island778M and two other grays crossed the road with 778M leading the way. One of the other grays may have been 693F without her collar. The other gray had a limp and was pretty itchy.2013-11-122013-11-15
UnknownBlacktail Deer Plateau PackBrad OrstedUnknown gray traveling with BlacktailsFloating IslandThis gray wolf was traveling with 778m and another gray. This wolf had a pretty bad limp and a shorter tail.2013-11-122013-11-15
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinBig Gray and Lamar Canyon Black FemaleLamar ValleyTwo pack-members from the Lamar Canyon pack fed at an elk carcass in Lamar Valley with a Grizzly bear near-by.2013-11-032013-11-04
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinBig Gray and Lamar Canyon Black FemaleLamar ValleyTwo pack-members from the Lamar Canyon pack fed at an elk carcass in Lamar Valley with a Grizzly bear near-by.2013-11-032013-11-04
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinBig Gray and Lamar Canyon Black FemaleLamar ValleyTwo pack-members from the Lamar Canyon pack fed at an elk carcass in Lamar Valley with a Grizzly bear near-by.2013-11-032013-11-04
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinBig Gray and Lamar Canyon Black FemaleLamar ValleyTwo pack-members from the Lamar Canyon pack fed at an elk carcass in Lamar Valley with a Grizzly bear near-by.2013-11-032013-11-04
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinBig Gray and Lamar Canyon Black FemaleLamar ValleyTwo pack-members from the Lamar Canyon pack fed at an elk carcass in Lamar Valley with a Grizzly bear near-by.2013-11-032013-11-04
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinBig Gray and Lamar Canyon Black FemaleLamar ValleyTwo pack-members from the Lamar Canyon pack fed at an elk carcass in Lamar Valley with a Grizzly bear near-by.2013-11-032013-11-04
889F755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin755M and 889F in Lamar ValleyLamar Valleyn/a2013-11-022014-02-28
889F755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin755M and 889F in Lamar Valley at an elk carcassLamar Valley755M and 889F fed at an elk carcass in Lamar Valley.2013-11-022014-02-28
889F755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin755M and 889F in Lamar ValleyLamar Valleyn/a2013-11-022014-02-28
755M755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin755M and 889F in Lamar Valley at an elk carcassLamar Valley755M and 889F fed at an elk carcass in Lamar Valley.2013-11-022014-02-28
755M755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin755M and 889F in Lamar Valley at an elk carcassLamar Valley755M and 889F fed at an elk carcass in Lamar Valley.2013-11-022014-02-28
755M755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin755M and 889F in Lamar Valley at an elk carcassLamar Valley755M and 889F fed at an elk carcass in Lamar Valley.2013-11-022014-02-28
755MDoug McLaughlin755M and 889F in Lamar Valley at an elk carcassLamar Valley755M and 889F fed at an elk carcass in Lamar Valley.2013-11-022013-11-04
755MDoug McLaughlin755M and 889F in Lamar Valley at an elk carcassLamar Valley755M and 889F fed at an elk carcass in Lamar Valley.2013-11-022013-11-04
755MDoug McLaughlin755M and 889F in Lamar ValleyLamar Valleyn/a2013-11-022013-11-04
UnknownCougar Creek PackPanzer GnauckThis photo was taken very early in the AM of late October.Gallatin HeadwatersQuite a few of the Cougar Creek wolves were moving along the river one early morning in the last week of October. This photo is kind of abstract due to the very long exposure time, and little light to be had. It is interesting that the Cougars like to hunt Beaver. I have actually seen them stalk Beaver Dams.2013-10-262017-05-03
779FMollie's PackNational Park ServiceMollie's pups playingPelican Valley4 black Mollie's pups2013-10-212014-02-04
478FCougar Creek PackNational Park ServiceCougar Pack RallyCougar Creek13 Cougar Creek wolves including 689M and 825F2013-10-212014-02-03
478FCougar Creek PackNational Park ServiceCougar Pack RallyCougar Creek13 Cougar Creek wolves including 689M and 825F2013-10-212014-02-03
478FCougar Creek PackNational Park ServiceCougar Pack RallyCougar Creek13 Cougar Creek wolves including 689M and 825F2013-10-212014-02-03
478FCougar Creek PackNational Park ServiceCougar Pack RallyCougar Creek13 Cougar Creek wolves including 689M and 825F2013-10-212014-02-03
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackJohn NicholsCanyon alpha female along Norris-Canyon corridorNorris-Canyon Road near Cygnet Lakes THShe was traveling west following the clear cut power-line that is parallel to Norris-Canyon Road. This sighting was between the Cygnet Lakes and Wolf Lake THs. There were no other wolves with her at the time. She was moving along at a trot pace, but it seemed like she had a very slight limp.2013-10-202013-10-21
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackJohn NicholsCanyon alpha female along Norris-Canyon corridorNorris-Canyon Road near Cygnet Lakes THShe was traveling west following the clear cut power-line that is parallel to Norris-Canyon Road. This sighting was between the Cygnet Lakes and Wolf Lake THs. There were no other wolves with her at the time. She was moving along at a trot pace, but it seemed like she had a very slight limp.2013-10-202013-10-21
925MLamar Canyon PackWarren BergholzBig Gray travelling east past 15 - 20 observers. Was about 250 yiards away.North side of road east of Soda Butte and west of Trout Lake Trailhead.Was following the black female. Travelled east about 1/5 mile parallel to road for about two minutes, then stopped, then disappeared behind a rise. The black female had already crossed the road from north to south. Looked like BG also wanted to cross road but was prevented because of the people and cars. The black eventually appeared again on the north side of the road and travelled west on the hillside above the rise where BG was last seen and then went up into the trees.2013-10-202013-10-21
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackWarren BergholzCanyon Alpha female resting north of Grizzly Lake trailhead on Norris to Mammoth roadAbout a half mile north of Grizzly Lake trailheadOne person who was on scene before we were said that there were two black puppies with her plus a gray. We did not see any other wolves during 35 minutes we observed her. When she looked up she look back and to her right toward the tree line. We looked but could not see any movement in the area she was looking.2013-10-202013-10-21
926FLamar Canyon PackWarren BergholzLamar Black Female and Big Gray ran parallel to the road for over an hour. Viewing lasted from about 10:50 to 12:15. Black crossed road from north to south but BG would not probably because of people, so she came back across road and they ultimately dArea between Soda Butte and Trout Lake trail parking area, mainly in the flat and north of the roadShe crossed back over the road probably because big gray would not cross. I believe they were going up into the trees to wait out all the people. Probably about 10 photographers and about 10 other watchers. 7 or 8 cars parked on road. She does not seem to be particulary bothered by people watching her. Before she crossed road, she doubled back one time for about 1/4 mile and trotted back and stopped twice to howl. Then BG appeared out of the trees and moved east parallel to the road, and she turned around the headed back east and then crossed the road to the south. When BG clearly was not going to cross, she appeared back of the north side.2013-10-202013-10-21
870FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte pack near bison carcass in Lamar ValleyLamar river and Soda Butte creek confluence870F itching on the left2013-09-142013-09-16
870FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte pack near bison carcass in Lamar ValleyLamar river and Soda Butte creek confluence870F, Ragged Tail, Puff, New Male, and Black adult female2013-09-142013-09-16
Ragged TailJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte pack near bison carcass in Lamar ValleyLamar river and Soda Butte creek confluence870F is bedded2013-09-142013-09-16
870FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte pack near bison carcass in Lamar ValleyLamar river and Soda Butte creek confluence870F, Puff, and Ragged Tail2013-09-142013-09-16
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte pack near bison carcass in Lamar ValleyLamar river and Soda Butte creek confluence870F, Puff, and Ragged Tail2013-09-142013-09-16
870FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte pack near bison carcass in Lamar ValleyLamar river and Soda Butte creek confluencen/a2013-09-142013-09-16
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte pack near bison carcass in Lamar ValleyLamar river and Soda Butte creek confluenceBlack female adult2013-09-142013-09-16
Ragged TailJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte pack near bison carcass in Lamar ValleyLamar river and Soda Butte creek confluencen/a2013-09-142013-09-16
UnknownSUZANNE NIRGENAURight off the road near a small pond.gravel road between Gardiner and JardineOriginally thought it was a coyote but on the computer screen it looks more wolf like. It appeared to be looking around at ground level.2013-09-132013-09-28
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction black male yearling near Slough CreekSlough Creekn/a2013-09-122013-09-16
693FBlacktail Deer Plateau PackCheyenne Burnett693F feeding on a bison carcassGeode Creek693F fed briefly while 778M remained out of view but in the area. 778M was seen feeding earlier in the day.2013-09-102013-09-25
693FBlacktail Deer Plateau PackCheyenne Burnett693F feeding on a bison carcassGeode Creek693F fed briefly while 778M remained out of view but in the area. 778M was seen feeding earlier in the day.2013-09-102013-09-25
UnknownJim FuttererGray wolf crossed roadBetween Lamar River Bridge and Slough Creek Road turn offWolf crossed road from north to south about 7:20 am and continued down embankment. It crossed the Lamar River and went up the other side. Last seen traveling south by southwest from the Specimen Mountain Trailhead parking area.2013-09-092013-09-16
UnknownJim FuttererGray wolf crossed roadBetween Lamar River Bridge and Slough Creek Road turn offWolf crossed road from north to south about 7:20 am and continued down embankment. It crossed the Lamar River and went up the other side. Last seen traveling south by southwest from the Specimen Mountain Trailhead parking area.2013-09-092013-09-16
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinBlack uncollared male yearling from the Junction Butte packSlough Creekn/a2013-09-032013-09-04
870FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlin870F from Junction Butte packNear Peregrine Knollsn/a2013-08-302013-09-04
UnknownCliff MurrayUnknown lone wolf in the Thorofare, south of Trappers CreekThorofare region, south of Trappers Creek, taken from backcountry campsite 6C3This is the only wolf I saw at the time, though prior to the sighting I heard distant howling that sounded like pups. The wolf was travelling from the ridge at the base of Turret Mountain toward the West. I didn't see any scratching.2013-08-242013-12-26
925MLamar Canyon PackJeremy SunderRajBig Gray from Hitching PostHitching PostBig Gray and 859 tried to cross the road but could not and went up the hill and howled. Eventually they crossed and moved toward Cache Creek.2013-08-172013-08-18
UnknownCanyon PackNational Park Service2 uncollared grays and 3 pupsHayden ValleyThe gray yearling male is seen scratching. One of the gray adult females is also with this group.2013-08-152013-09-03
UnknownCanyon PackNational Park Service2 uncollared grays and 3 pupsHayden ValleyThe gray yearling male is seen scratching. One of the gray adult females is also with this group.2013-08-152013-09-03
UnknownCanyon PackNational Park Service2 uncollared grays and 3 pupsHayden Valleyn/a2013-08-152013-09-03
UnknownCanyon PackNational Park Service2 uncollared grays and 3 pupsHayden Valleyn/a2013-08-152013-09-03
871MCanyon PackNational Park Service871M with 2 uncollared grays and 3 pupsHayden Valleyn/a2013-08-152013-09-03
UnknownYellowstone Delta PackNational Park ServiceUncollared gray adult with 2 pupsYellowstone Deltan/a2013-08-152013-09-03
633FYellowstone Delta PackNational Park Service633F bedded next to an uncollared gray adult and 2 pupsYellowstone Deltan/a2013-08-152013-09-03
UnknownYellowstone Delta PackNational Park ServiceUncollared gray adult with 2 pupsYellowstone Deltan/a2013-08-152013-09-03
UnknownCougar Creek PackNational Park ServiceGray pup from the Cougar Creek packYellowstone Deltan/a2013-08-152013-09-03
821F8 Mile PackNational Park Service821F from the 8 Mile pack travellingSwan Lake Flatsn/a2013-08-152013-09-03
Unknown8 Mile PackNational Park ServiceUncollared black yearling from the 8 Mile pack travellingSwan Lake FlatsThis yearling has a lot more lighter colors and highlights in her coat as compared with the other black yearling.2013-08-152013-09-03
Unknown8 Mile PackNational Park ServiceUncollared black yearling from the 8 Mile pack travellingSwan Lake FlatsThis yearling has a lot more lighter colors and highlights in her coat as compared with the other black yearling.2013-08-152013-09-03
Unknown8 Mile PackNational Park ServiceUncollared black yearling male with 6 black and 2 gray pups.Swan Lake FlatsThe yearling is the wolf in the lower left corner, the rest are pups.2013-08-152013-09-03
Unknown8 Mile PackNational Park ServiceUncollared black yearling male with 6 black and 2 gray pups.Swan Lake FlatsThe yearling is the wolf on the far right, the rest are pups.2013-08-152013-09-03
763M8 Mile PackNational Park ServiceSW763M with 1 black yearling, 1 black adult (871M) and 8 pups.Swan Lake Flats871M is facing SW763M, making it difficult to see his collar.2013-08-152013-09-03
763M8 Mile PackNational Park ServiceSW763M with 2 black yearlings, 1 black adult (871M) and 8 pups.Swan Lake Flats871M is facing SW763M, making it difficult to see his collar.2013-08-152013-09-03
871M8 Mile PackNational Park ServicePack rally with 871M, SW763M, 2 yearlings, and 8 pups.Swan Lake Flatsn/a2013-08-152013-09-03
763M8 Mile PackNational Park ServiceSW763M with 2 black yearlings.Swan Lake Flatsn/a2013-08-152013-09-03
UnknownCanyon PackNational Park Service2 uncollared grays and 3 pupsHayden ValleyN/A2013-08-152013-09-03
712MCanyon PackNational Park ServiceAlpha male of the Canyon pack travellingHayden ValleyN/A2013-08-152013-09-03
821F8 Mile PackNational Park Service821F from the 8 Mile pack travellingSwan Lake Flatsn/a2013-08-152013-09-03
821F8 Mile PackNational Park Service821F from the 8 Mile pack travellingSwan Lake Flatsn/a2013-08-152013-09-03
821F8 Mile PackNational Park Service821F from the 8 Mile pack travellingSwan Lake Flatsn/a2013-08-152013-09-03
859MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin859M with a black pupE end of Lamar Valleyn/a2013-08-142013-08-15
UnknownLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon black pupE end of Lamar Valleyn/a2013-08-142013-08-15
859MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin859M with Middle GrayE end of Lamar Valleyn/a2013-08-142013-08-15
New MaleJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinNew Male bedded near bison carcass in Lamar ValleyLamar ValleyYou can see the distinctive scar below his right eye2013-08-142013-08-15
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinBlack yearling male near a bison carcass in Lamar ValleyLamar ValleyHe is distinguishable by his jet black coloration. The other uncollared black wolf in the pack is an adult female who has more brown/caramel/gray highlights to her coat.2013-08-142013-08-15
PuffJunction Butte PackJeremy SunderRajPuff near MidpointNear MidpointPuff howling to his pack mates after leaving a bison carcass.2013-08-142013-08-14
859MLamar Canyon PackJeremy SunderRaj859 and Middle Gray from Hitching PostHitching PostMiddle Gray was bedded on a hill and 859 came up to her. The two went out of sight and started to howl.2013-08-142013-08-14
755MDoug McLaughlin755M seen by himself in Lamar ValleyLamar Valleyn/a2013-08-132013-08-15
755MDoug McLaughlin755M seen by himself in Lamar ValleyLamar Valleyn/a2013-08-132013-08-15
PuffJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinPuff's (alpha male of Junction Butte pack) tailLamar Valleyn/a2013-08-132013-08-15
New MaleJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinNew Male near a bison carcass in Lamar ValleyLamar Valleyn/a2013-08-132013-08-15
UnknownJunction Butte PackJeremy SunderRajJunction Black Yearling near MidpointNear MidpointThe Junction black yearling was feeding on a bison carcass with the rest of the adults in the pack.2013-08-132013-08-14
755M755M & 889F GroupJeremy SunderRaj755 near MidpointNear Midpoint755 came down to a carcass south of the road. He got chased off by the New Male from the Junction Butte Pack. He moved north and bedded until dark. This photo is from before he joined 889F.2013-08-122014-05-13
New MaleJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinNew Male and adult black femaleLamar ValleyThe Junction uncollared adult black female is identifiable by the caramel-colored highlights in her coat, visible here2013-08-122013-08-15
New MaleJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinNew Male in Lamar ValleyLamar Valleyn/a2013-08-122013-08-15
PuffJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinPuff howling in Lamar ValleyLamar Valleyn/a2013-08-122013-08-15
869MJunction Butte PackJeremy SunderRajRagged Tail, 869, Black Female, and 870 near MidpointNear MidpointThe Junction adults moved off a bison carcass as daylight broke.2013-08-122013-08-14
Ragged TailJunction Butte PackJeremy SunderRajRagged Tail near MidpointNear MidpointRagged Tail moved off the carcass after feeding with her pack mates.2013-08-122013-08-14
870FJunction Butte PackJeremy SunderRajPuff and 870 near MidpointNear Midpoint870 and Puff were with the other Junction adults on a bison carcass.2013-08-122013-08-14
New MaleJunction Butte PackJeremy SunderRajNew Male near MidpointNear MidpointThe New Male returned to the carcass after the other Junction adults had left.2013-08-122013-08-14
UnknownJunction Butte PackJeremy SunderRajJunction Butte Pack near MidpointNear MidpointSeven Junction adults were eating a bison carcass near Midpoint.2013-08-122013-08-14
UnknownJunction Butte PackJeremy SunderRajJunction Black Female near MidpointNear MidpointThe Junction black female was with the rest of the adults in the pack feeding on a bison carcass.2013-08-122013-08-14
712MCanyon PackBrad Orsted712 stretches his big bellyGibbon Meadows712M stretches his big belly after a good feed on a recent elk kill in Gibbon Meadows.2013-08-082013-08-20
UnknownCanyon PackBrad OrstedFeeding on carcassGibbon MeadowsThis Canyon member was picking over what was left of a recent elk carcass in the Gibbon River. The pack made the kill on 8.7.132013-08-082013-08-08
UnknownCanyon PackBrad OrstedCanyon Feeding in Gibbon RiverGibbon MeadowsThis Canyon wolf was getting a few more bites of a recent elk kill in the Gibbon River.2013-08-082013-08-08
UnknownCanyon PackBrad OrstedCanyon Wolf in the Gibbon RiverGibbon MeadowsThis Canyon wolf was feeding on an elk carcass in the river from their kill on 8.7.132013-08-082013-08-08
712MCanyon PackBrad OrstedSeveral members of the CanyonsGibbon Meadows712M and the alpha female were with two younger pack members in Gibbon Meadows.2013-08-082013-08-08
870FJunction Butte PackNational Park Service870F carrying some meat from a carcassSlough Creekn/a2013-08-052013-09-03
779FMollie's PackNational Park Service779F with the gray alpha female and 4 black pupsPelican Valleyn/a2013-08-052013-09-03
633FYellowstone Delta PackNational Park Service633F with 1 black pup and 4 gray pupsYellowstone Deltan/a2013-08-052013-09-03
UnknownJunction Butte PackJeremy SunderRajJunction Black Female and Pups from Bob's KnobBob's Knob870, Puff, the black female, and Ragged Tail were nearby as the pups explored and played. All of the wolves look to be recovering well from mange.2013-08-022013-08-04
PuffJunction Butte PackJeremy SunderRajPuff from the InstituteInstituteHe was spotted south of Dorothy's moving east around 7:00 AM. He continued west eventually going out of sight in Amethyst Drainage at 10:00 AM.2013-07-262013-07-29
PuffJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinPuff, Junction Butte pack alpha male, travelling alone in Lamar ValleyLamar ValleyN/A2013-07-262013-07-29
PuffJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinPuff, Junction Butte pack alpha male, travelling alone in Lamar ValleyLamar ValleyN/A2013-07-262013-07-29
PuffJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinPuff, Junction Butte pack alpha male, travelling alone in Lamar ValleyLamar ValleyN/A2013-07-262013-07-29
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackSteven ClevidenceMiddle Gray of the Lamar canyon packHitching post parking areaReturning to den site from Lamar river east of the Hitching post parking area.2013-07-252013-07-30
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackSteven ClevidenceMiddle gray returning to den siteHitching postMiddle Gray returning to den site, she was directly east of the Hitching post parking area.2013-07-252013-07-30
763M8 Mile PackNational Park ServiceSW763M (black) and Dark Gray (gray female) bedded.n/an/a2013-07-242013-08-14
633FYellowstone Delta PackNational Park Service633F from the Yellowstone Delta PackYellowstone Deltan/a2013-07-242013-07-31
633FYellowstone Delta PackNational Park Service633F of the Yellowstone Delta PackYellowstone Deltan/a2013-07-242013-07-31
661MYellowstone Delta PackNational Park Service661M and 760M with a gray pup from the Yellowstone Delta PackYellowstone Deltan/a2013-07-242013-07-31
760MYellowstone Delta PackNational Park Service661M and 760M with pup from the Yellowstone Delta packYellowstone Deltan/a2013-07-242013-07-31
661MYellowstone Delta PackNational Park Service661M and 760M with gray pup from Yellowstone Delta packYellowstone Deltan/a2013-07-242013-07-31
661MYellowstone Delta PackNational Park Service661M and 760M with gray pup from Yellowstone Delta packYellowstone Deltan/a2013-07-242013-07-31
763M8 Mile PackNational Park ServiceSW763M (black) and Dark Gray (gray female) bedded.n/an/a2013-07-242013-07-31
869MJunction Butte PackJeremy SunderRaj869 from Dorothy's KnollDorothy's KnollHe was seen near the Lamar River from Dorothy's at 6:28 AM. He slowly moved east and up Jasper Bench. He stopped to scratch a lot. He caught a ground squirrel and chased an eagle. He was in sight until around 11:30 AM.2013-07-232013-07-29
UnknownLamar Canyon PackJ. A. Gramannlight wolf dot with shadow right in center of photoLamar ValleyThis is what most people with an average zoom lens get, but it is still exciting to view the Yellowstone wolves, and with a Yellowstone Association class.2013-07-212015-07-01
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinMiddle Gray (breeding female) traveling through Lamar ValleyLamar Valleyn/a2013-07-212013-07-29
859MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin859M traveling through Lamar ValleyLamar Valleyn/a2013-07-182013-07-29
871M8 Mile PackCheyenne Burnett871M and one of the black yearlingsN/AN/A2013-07-172013-07-29
Dark Gray8 Mile PackCheyenne BurnettDark Gray travelling with 7 other 8-mile adults after leaving the 9 pupsN/AN/A2013-07-172013-07-29
763M8 Mile PackCheyenne BurnettRed/Brown the alpha female (gray wolf) with SW763M (black wolf)N/AN/A2013-07-172013-07-29
871M8 Mile PackCheyenne BurnettAlpha Pair (Red/Brown the gray wolf and 871M the dark black wolf) traveling with SW763MN/AN/A2013-07-172013-07-29
821F8 Mile PackCheyenne BurnettRed/Brown (uncollared alpha female) and 821F traveling togetherN/AN/A2013-07-172013-07-29
Unknown8 Mile PackCheyenne Burnett8-mile black pupN/AAll the 8 other pups stayed far away, but this brave black pup wanted to follow the adults, allowing for a photo through the scope.2013-07-172013-07-29
UnknownJunction Butte PackNational Park Service4 pups born to Ragged Tail, the alpha female of the Junction Butte packN of Lamar River in Little AmericaOne pup is scratching at it's right ear.2013-07-162013-07-31
UnknownMollie's PackNational Park Service4 Mollie's pack puppies (3 black and 1 gray)Pelican Valleyn/a2013-07-162013-07-31
UnknownMollie's PackNational Park Service2 black Mollie's puppies playingPelican Valleyn/a2013-07-162013-07-31
633FYellowstone Delta PackNational Park Service633F from Yellowstone Delta Pack traveling.Yellowstone Deltan/a2013-07-162013-07-31
633FYellowstone Delta PackNational Park Service633F travelingDeltaNote the thin hair on the tail.2013-07-162013-07-31
870FJunction Butte PackNational Park Service870F babysitting 3 gray pups from the Junction Butte packNorth of Lamar River in Little American/a2013-07-162013-07-31
870FJunction Butte PackNational Park Service870F babysitting 4 gray pups from the Junction Butte packN of Lamar River in Little American/a2013-07-162013-07-31
870FJunction Butte PackNational Park Service870F with 4 gray Junction Butte pupsN of Lamar River in Little American/a2013-07-162013-07-31
UnknownLamar Canyon PackJeremy SunderRajLamar Pups from Hitching PostHitching PostThe two pups followed the adults out of the trees before going back in.2013-07-142013-07-15
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinMiddle Gray (breeding female) traveling through Lamar ValleyLamar Valleyn/a2013-07-102013-07-29
755MDoug McLaughlin755M travelling by himself in Little AmericaLittle American/a2013-07-092013-07-29
869MJunction Butte PackJeremy SunderRaj869 on the Peregrine HillsPeregrine Hills869 was seen sitting on the closest Peregrine Hill. He then stood up and walked over the ridge.2013-07-092013-07-13
755MJeremy SunderRaj755 from BoulderBoulder755 was seen on the Peregrine Hills. He then moved west and went up Junction Butte and went out of sight.2013-07-092013-07-10
890MJunction Butte PackJeremy SunderRaj890 at Fisherman'sFisherman's890 was seen with 889 approaching the bison carcass at Fisherman's. She swam the river and he followed. They smelled the carcass and then 889 left and crossed the road after smelling the closure sign. 890 then followed her. They were last seen going up Secret Passage. They both had good coats with no sign of mange.2013-07-082013-07-13
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinUncollared 2-year old black female travelling through Lamar ValleyLamar Valleyn/a2013-07-072013-07-29
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinUncollared 2-year old black female travelling through Lamar ValleyLamar Valleyn/a2013-07-042013-07-29
859MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin859M after re-joining Middle Gray and the black Lamar Canyon femaleLamar Valleyn/a2013-07-042013-07-16
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon black femaleLamar ValleyN/A2013-07-042013-07-16
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon black femaleLamar ValleyN/A2013-07-042013-07-16
859MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin859M traveling through Lamar ValleyLamar Valleyn/a2013-07-032013-07-29
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinBig Gray (pack's alpha male) traveling through Lamar ValleyLamar Valleyn/a2013-07-032013-07-29
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinMiddle Gray (breeding female) traveling through Lamar ValleyLamar Valleyn/a2013-07-032013-07-29
859MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin859M traveling with the 2-year old black female through Lamar ValleyLamar Valleyn/a2013-07-032013-07-29
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinBig Gray, alpha maleLamar Valleyn/a2013-07-032013-07-16
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinMiddle Gray, breeding female in the Lamar Canyon PackLamar ValleyN/A2013-07-032013-07-16
859MLamar Canyon PackJeremy SunderRaj859 south of FootbridgeSouth of Footbridge859 was seen moving to the west when the other Lamar Canyon wolves appeared and chased him until they realized who he was. All four then went back to the den.2013-07-032013-07-05
925MLamar Canyon PackJeremy SunderRajBig Gray south of FootbridgeSouth of FootbridgeBig Gray was with Middle Gray and the black female when they came down from the den area and chased 859 before they realized who he was. All four then went back up to the den.2013-07-032013-07-05
926FLamar Canyon PackJeremy SunderRajLamar Black Female south of FootbridgeSouth of FootbridgeShe had come down from the den with Big Gray and Middle Gray and chased 859 until they found 0oout who he was. The four then all went back up to the den.2013-07-032013-07-05
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackJeremy SunderRajMiddle Gray south of FootbridgeSouth of FootbridgeShe was seen crossing to the east of Footbridge with Big Gray and the black female. They chased 859 into the flats in front of Footbridge until they realized it was him and then they moved back and went up to the den together.2013-07-032013-07-04
Ragged TailJunction Butte PackBill WengelerRagged Tail, alpha female of the Junction Butte PackLittle AmericaN/A2013-07-022013-07-16
Ragged TailJunction Butte PackBill WengelerRagged Tail, alpha female of the Junction Butte PackLittle AmericaN/A2013-07-022013-07-16
890MJunction Butte PackSara SummersWas with group from Clemson University. Heard the wolf howl, then saw him cross the road; took several photos;northern range, YNPA group of science teachers from Clemson University met with Rick McIntyre early in the morning to observe wolves; after Rick left we were headed back to Gardiner and heard, then saw this wolf cross the road, paralleling us for several hundred yards. I showed the photo to Doug Smith. He indicated it was 890M, Patch. I love this photo as he paused momentarily and looked right at me.2013-06-252014-04-04
909F8 Mile PackNational Park ServiceAlpha female and black yearling from 8 mile packunknownn/a2013-06-182013-07-02
Unknown8 Mile PackNational Park Service8 Mile black yearling with 2 pupsunknownN/A2013-06-182013-07-02
Unknown8 Mile PackNational Park Service8 Mile black yearling with 2 pupsunknownThe black yearling is seen scratching2013-06-182013-07-02
909F8 Mile PackNational Park Service8 Mile alpha female and black yearling with 6 pupsunknownN/A2013-06-182013-07-02
926FLamar Canyon PackJeremy SunderRajLamar Black Female from ExclosureExclosureShe crossed the road with the other two Lamars at Exclosure, played in the riverbed, then went and killed a pronghorn fawn. The field nickname did not appear in the drop down menu.2013-06-162013-07-05
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackJeremy SunderRajMiddle Gray at ExclosureExclosureMiddle Gray and the other two Lamar Canyon wolves crossed at Exclosure and went out to the riverbed where they played before going into the sage and killing a pronghorn fawn.2013-06-162013-06-17
925MLamar Canyon PackJim FuttererBig Gray leaving carcassSoda Butte ValleyLarge bull elk carcass 30 yds from road about 200 yds toward Cooke City from Soda Butte Cone pullout. Big Gray heading up hill toward den area from carcass. Middle Gray followed shortly after but then returned to carcass2013-06-142013-06-28
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackJim FuttererLeaving carcass areaSoda Butte ValleyLeaving carcass near Soda Butte Cone. Returned later from river corridor.2013-06-142013-06-28
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackJim FuttererLeaving carcass areaSoda Butte ValleyLeaving carcass near Soda Butte Cone. Returned later from river corridor. Here seen leaving by river.2013-06-142013-06-28
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackJim FuttererLeaving carcass areaSoda Butte ValleyLeaving carcass near Soda Butte Cone. Returned later from river corridor.2013-06-142013-06-28
UnknownBechler PackNational Park Service4 Bechler Pack adults and 4 pupsunknownN/A2013-06-052013-07-02
Unknown8 Mile PackNational Park Service8 Mile pupsunknownHow many pups do you see?? (There are 8. Two are in the shade in the upper left hand corner of the image)2013-06-052013-07-02
Unknown8 Mile PackNational Park Service8 Mile pupsunknownN/A2013-06-052013-07-02
UnknownBechler PackNational Park Service4 Bechler Pack adults and 4 pupsunknownN/A2013-06-052013-07-02
PuffJunction Butte PackJeremy SunderRajPuff from Long PulloutLong PulloutSaw the wolf slowly moving east smelling the ground from Long Pullout at 9:03 PM. He began to meander around the same area smelling the ground until I left him at 9:08 PM. The wolf did not have visible nipples, had some mange on the body, and had a thin tail.2013-06-052013-06-15
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinBlack female 2-year old from Lamar Canyon packLamar Valleyn/a2013-06-032013-07-24
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinBlack female 2-year old from Lamar Canyon packLamar Valleyn/a2013-06-032013-07-24
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinMiddle Gray and black female 2-year old at carcassLamar Valleyn/a2013-06-032013-06-11
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinMiddle Gray and black female 2-year old at carcassLamar Valleyn/a2013-06-032013-06-11
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinMiddle Gray from Lamar Canyon PackLamar Valleyn/a2013-06-032013-06-11
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinMiddle Gray and black female 2-year oldLamar Valleyn/a2013-05-302013-06-11
UnknownCanyon PackStephanie McAnteeyoung wolf traveling east on road between Norris campground and Canyon villageOn Road between Norris Campground and Canyon VillageYoung Wolf called "No Pants" walking east on the side of the road. Didn't seem to be bothered by traffic. Crossed in front of my car to other side of road to relieve himself before disappearing into the trees2013-05-262014-11-29
UnknownCanyon PackStephanie McAnteeyoung wolf traveling east on road between Norris campground and Canyon villageOn Road between Norris Campground and Canyon VillageYoung Wolf walking east on the side of the road. Didn't seem to be bothered by traffic. Crossed in front of my car to other side of road to relieve himself, before disappearing into the trees.2013-05-262014-11-29
UnknownCanyon PackStephanie McAnteeyoung wolf traveling east on road between Norris campground and Canyon villageOn Road between Norris Campground and Canyon VillageYoung Wolf "No Pants" walking east on the side of the road. Didn't seem to be bothered by traffic. Crossed in front of my car to other side of road to relieve himself before disappearing into the trees2013-05-262014-11-29
UnknownCanyon PackStephanie McAnteeyoung wolfOn Road between Norris Campground and Canyon VillageYoung Wolf "No Pants" walking east on the side of the road. Stopped next to my car to use the bathroom before disappearing into the trees2013-05-262014-11-29
Canyon Alpha FemaleCynthia NauWolf at South Rim Drive SignSouth Rim Drive sign that faces toward Canyon VillageThis wolf exited the service area just north of the South Rim Drive entrance, walked down the edge of the road then crossed the road at the South Rim Drive sign that faces north toward Canyon.2013-05-252014-03-01
UnknownCanyon PackCynthia NauWolf at South Rim Drive SignSouth Rim Drive sign that faces toward Canyon VillageThis wolf came out of the service area just north of this sign and crossed the road. This is just north of the Chittenden Bridge and the wolf seemed to be heading toward the bridge.2013-05-252014-03-01
870FJunction Butte PackNational Park Service5 Junction Butte WolvesunknownN/A2013-05-252013-07-02
870FJunction Butte PackNational Park Service5 Junction Butte Wolvesunknown3 out of 5 wolves scratching/biting in this image.2013-05-252013-07-02
870FJunction Butte PackNational Park Service5 Junction Butte WolvesunknownN/A2013-05-252013-07-02
926FLamar Canyon PackGary Schvaneveldtlone black gnawing on a buffalo skullconfluance of soda butte and LamarLone Black wolf gnawing on a old buffalo skull. the other bones around were white and old.2013-05-202013-07-24
Ragged TailJunction Butte PackCarissa MckayUnknown wolf trying to cross roadApprox 0.25 mile east of Junction ButteThis lone wolf was beside the road heading west towards Junction Butte. Walked along side the road before crossing in front of our car (we had stopped). Had a coyote following it2013-05-202013-06-17
Ragged TailJunction Butte PackCarissa MckayUnknown wolf trying to cross roadApprox 0.25 mile east of Junction ButteThis lone wolf was beside the road heading west towards Junction Butte. Walked along side the road before crossing in front of our car (we had stopped). Had a coyote following it2013-05-202013-06-17
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinBlack female from Lamar Canyon Pack often seen with 'Middle GrayLamar ValleyBlack 2-year old carries away part of a bison carcass2013-05-152013-07-24
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinBlack female from Lamar Canyon Pack often seen with 'Middle GrayLamar Valleyn/a2013-05-152013-07-24
693FBlacktail Deer Plateau PackNational Park ServiceBlacktail Deer Plateau alpha femaleunknownN/A2013-05-152013-07-02
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackKathie Lynch'Middle Gray' from Lamar Canyon packLamar Valleyn/a2013-05-152013-05-16
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinMiddle Gray from Lamar Canyon PackLamar Valleyn/a2013-05-152013-05-16
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinMiddle Gray from Lamar Canyon Pack at bison carcassLamar ValleyMiddle gray at bison carcass2013-05-152013-05-16
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinMiddle Gray from Lamar Canyon PackLamar Valleyn/a2013-05-152013-05-16
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinMiddle Gray from Lamar Canyon PackLamar Valleyn/a2013-05-152013-05-16
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinMiddle Gray from Lamar Canyon PackLamar Valleyn/a2013-05-152013-05-16
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackKathie Lynch'Middle Gray' from Lamar Canyon packLamar Valleyn/a2013-05-152013-05-16
UnknownLamar Canyon PackClay RouseBlack WolfWithin 100 yards west of the ranch Lamar ValleyThis wolf might be 926 the shape is close and did not mind being around the road. The wolf crossed the road 200 hundred yards to east of us with about 30-40 people watching with most being out of the cars.2013-05-142017-01-06
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinUncollared black female from Lamar Canyon pack- group with 'Middle Gray'Lamar ValleyBlack female that is often seen with Middle Gray. At bison carcass next to a coyote.2013-05-142013-11-05
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinUncollared black female from Lamar Canyon pack- group with 'Middle Gray'Lamar ValleyBlack female that is often seen with Middle Gray.2013-05-142013-07-24
UnknownLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinUncollared black female from Lamar Canyon pack- group with 'Middle Gray'Lamar ValleyBlack female that is often seen with Middle Gray. Wolf and coyote being chased by bison.2013-05-142013-05-15
693FBlacktail Deer Plateau PackNational Park Service693F and 778M rolling aroundn/aTelemetry flight photo of the Blacktail alpha pair.2013-05-132013-07-30
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackKeith CrowleyMiddle Gray after crossing the Lamar RiverNear Dorthy's HillMiddle Gray crossed the Lamar, then crossed the road at Dorthy's2013-05-102013-10-16
712MCanyon PackKeith Crowley712M alone near Boiling RiverBridge over Gardiner River, Near Boiling River Parking area712M alone on hillside, watching elk carcass in Gardiner River.2013-05-082013-10-18
712MCanyon PackKeith Crowley712M alone near Boiling RiverBridge over Gardiner River, Near Boiling River Parking area712M alone on hillside, watching elk carcass in Gardiner River.2013-05-082013-10-18
712MCanyon PackKeith Crowley712M alone near Boiling RiverBridge over Gardiner River, Near Boiling River Parking area712M alone on hillside, watching elk carcass in Gardiner River.2013-05-082013-10-18
870FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlin870F from the Junction Butte packLittle AmericaN/A2013-05-072013-05-09
870FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlin870F from the Junction Butte packLittle AmericaN/A2013-05-072013-05-09
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinUncollared Black from the Junction Butte packLittle AmericaN/A2013-05-072013-05-09
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinUncollared Gray from the Junction Butte packLittle AmericaN/A2013-05-072013-05-09
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinUncollared Gray from the Junction Butte packLittle AmericaN/A2013-05-072013-05-09
889FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlin889F from Junction Butte packLittle AmericaN/A2013-05-072013-05-09
889FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlin889F from Junction Butte packLittle AmericaN/A2013-05-072013-05-09
889FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlin889F from Junction Butte packLittle AmericaN/A2013-05-072013-05-09
889FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlin889F from Junction Butte packLittle AmericaN/A2013-05-072013-05-09
693FBlacktail Deer Plateau PackNational Park ServiceAlpha female of Blacktail Deer Plateau packUnknownN/A2013-05-062013-07-03
693FBlacktail Deer Plateau PackNational Park ServiceBlacktail Deer Plateau pack from telemetry flightBlacktail Deer Plateaun/a2013-05-062013-07-01
712MCanyon PackCourtney NewlonCanyon pack alpha maleHayden ValleyN/A2013-05-052013-05-13
712MCanyon PackCourtney NewlonCanyon pack alpha maleHayden ValleyN/A2013-05-052013-05-13
712MCanyon PackCourtney NewlonCanyon pack alpha maleHayden ValleyN/A2013-05-052013-05-13
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinBig Gray from Lamar Canyon packLamar ValleyHere you can see the kink in Big Gray's right ear.2013-04-282013-05-23
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinBig Gray from Lamar Canyon packLamar ValleyBig Gray2013-04-282013-05-23
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinBig Gray from Lamar Canyon packLamar ValleyBig Gray2013-04-282013-05-23
925MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinBig Gray from Lamar Canyon packLamar ValleyBig Gray2013-04-282013-05-23
870FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlin870F from Junction Butte packSlough Creek870F travelling with her head down, a common sight since she was injured during the 2012/2013 breeding season.2013-04-272013-04-30
UnknownJim FuttererUnknown wolf- may be 869Near Blacktail Deer Trailhead washroomLone wolf near carcass of Elk #10 near Blacktail Trail washroom. Carcass was moved from near Wraith Falls pullout by rangers to this location. Wolf by itself. Fed on carcass and left.2013-04-222013-06-28
UnknownJim FuttererUnknown wolf- may be 869Near Blacktail Deer Trailhead washroomLone wolf near carcass of Elk #10 near Blacktail Trail washroom. Carcass was moved from near Wraith Falls pullout by rangers to this location.2013-04-222013-06-28
831FCanyon PackDoug McLaughlin831F and uncollared gray from Canyon packNear High Bridge in MammothN/A2013-04-212013-04-29
831FCanyon PackDoug McLaughlin831F and uncollared gray from Canyon packNear High Bridge in MammothN/A2013-04-212013-04-29
UnknownCanyon PackWarren BergholzOne of six canyon wolvesPhantom LakeOne of six Canyon wolves trotting through Phantom Lake south of road. Crossed road from south to north at the Phantom Lake pullout. Found out later they were pursuing the Blacktail alpha male earlier and still might have been in pursuit. All passed through in about 3 minutes. Got photos of five of the six.2013-04-192013-05-19
UnknownCanyon PackWarren BergholzOne of six canyon wolvesPhantom LakeOne of six Canyon wolves trotting through Phantom Lake south of road. Crossed road from south to north at the Phantom Lake pullout. Found out later they were pursuing the Blacktail alpha male earlier and still might have been in pursuit. All passed through in about 3 minutes. Got photos of five of the six.2013-04-192013-05-19
UnknownCanyon PackWarren BergholzOne of six canyon wolvesPhantom LakeOne of six Canyon wolves trotting through Phantom Lake south of road. Crossed road from south to north at the Phantom Lake pullout. Found out later they were pursuing the Blacktail alpha male earlier and still might have been in pursuit. All passed through in about 3 minutes. Got photos of five of the six.2013-04-192013-05-19
831FCanyon PackWarren BergholzOne of six canyon wolves. The black was in the lead.Phantom LakeOne of six Canyon wolves trotting through Phantom Lake south of road. Crossed road from south to north at the Phantom Lake pullout. Found out later they were pursuing the Blacktail alpha male earlier and still might have been in pursuit. All passed through in about 3 minutes. Got photos of five of the six.2013-04-192013-05-19
UnknownCanyon PackWarren BergholzOne of six canyon wolvesPhantom LakeOne of six Canyon wolves trotting through Phantom Lake south of road. Crossed road from south to north at the Phantom Lake pullout. Found out later they were pursuing the Blacktail alpha male earlier and still might have been in pursuit. All passed through in about 3 minutes. Got photos of five of the six.2013-04-192013-05-19
778MBlacktail Deer Plateau PackWarren BergholzEvading Canyon wolvesBluebird Meadow PulloutBig Brown was apparently fleeing six canyon wolves. About 5 minutes ahead of them. Crossed road from south to north and was heading toward the river. Canyons appeared about 5 minutes later and did not cross the road.2013-04-192013-05-19
776F (uncollared)Lamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon alpha female (776F) travelling with the packNorth of Lamar CanyonN/A2013-04-162013-05-01
Tall GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinTall Gray, Lamar Canyon alpha maleLamar Valleyna2013-04-162013-04-29
Tall GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinTall Gray, Lamar Canyon alpha maleLamar Valleyna2013-04-162013-04-29
Tall GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinTall Gray and 856M, Lamar Canyon packLamar Valleyna2013-04-162013-04-29
856MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin856M of Lamar Canyon PackLamar Valleyna2013-04-162013-04-29
856MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin856M with Lamar Canyon pack feeding on carcassNorth of Lamar Canyon towards Slough Creek856M is the gray in front on the left side.2013-04-152013-05-01
820FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin820F with uncollared gray male from Lamar Canyon packNorth of road at Lamar Confluence with Soda Butte creek820F is the wolf on the left side of the picture, clearly identifiable by the black radio-collar around her neck.2013-04-132013-05-01
859MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlin859M from the Lamar Canyon PackLamar ValleyN/A2013-04-132013-05-01
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCK"White-tip", black female yearlingNorthern Range8-Mile black female yearling (born in 2011) in front of a thermal trail camera2013-04-082014-06-03
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinBlack Yearling-Lamar Canyon PackNANA2013-04-082013-07-24
926FLamar Canyon PackJim FuttererBlack Female following Middle Gray near Soda Butte CreekNear Soda Butte Creek between Hitching Post and Footbridge PulloutsBlack Female Lamar Canyon following Middle Gray to elk carcass near Soda Butte Creek between Hitching Post and Footbridge2013-04-082013-07-24
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackJim FuttererFeeding at elk carcassNear Soda Butte Creek between Hitching Post and Footbridge PulloutsFeeding on elk carcass. Black Female Lamar in area but did not feed at same time as Middle Gray.2013-04-082013-06-28
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackJim FuttererOn hill near den areaHill across road from HitchingPost PulloutMiddle Gray and Black female met on Hill directly across from hitching Post Pullout. Middle Gray was very subordinate to Black Female. Both very active and healthy behaving.2013-04-082013-06-28
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackJim FuttererHeading to carcassAcross Soda Butte Creek from area between Hitching Post and Footbridge PulloutsMiddle Gray heading to elk carcass across Soda Butte Creek near den area. Followed by Black Female.2013-04-082013-06-28
889FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlin889F-Junction Butte PackNANA2013-04-082013-04-11
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinMiddle Gray and Black Female-Lamar Canyon PackNANA2013-04-082013-04-09
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinMiddle Gray and Black Female-Lamar Canyon PackNANA2013-04-082013-04-09
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon PackNANA2013-04-082013-04-09
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon PackNANA2013-04-082013-04-09
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte PackNANA2013-04-082013-04-09
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte PackNANA2013-04-082013-04-09
889FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte PackNANA2013-04-082013-04-09
889FJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte PackNANA2013-04-082013-04-09
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinMiddle Grey, Lamar Canyon packLamar Valleyna2013-04-052013-04-29
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinMiddle Grey, Lamar Canyon packLamar Valleyna2013-04-052013-04-29
778MBlacktail Deer Plateau PackDoug McLaughlin778M from Blacktail Deer Plateau packnear Geode CreekN/A2013-04-042013-04-29
778MBlacktail Deer Plateau PackDoug McLaughlin778M from Blacktail Deer Plateau packnear Geode CreekN/A2013-04-042013-04-29
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte PackNANA2013-03-302013-04-09
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte PackNANA2013-03-302013-04-09
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte PackNANA2013-03-302013-04-09
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte PackNANA2013-03-302013-04-09
UnknownCanyon PackNational Park ServiceCanyon PackNANA2013-03-272013-04-09
UnknownCanyon PackNational Park ServiceCanyon PackNANA2013-03-272013-04-09
UnknownJunction Butte PackNational Park ServiceJunction Butte PackNANA2013-03-252013-04-10
UnknownJunction Butte PackNational Park ServiceJunction Butte PackNANA2013-03-252013-04-10
UnknownJunction Butte PackNational Park ServiceJunction Butte PackNANA2013-03-252013-04-10
UnknownLamar Canyon PackMike O'ConnellLamar Canyon wolf near Trout LakeOn road about 1/4 mile west of the Trout Lake pulloutThis and other Lamar Canyon wolves had been chasing 820F back and forth across the road.2013-03-242014-07-21
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinBlack Female Yearling-Lamar Canyon PackNAN/A2013-03-242013-07-24
926FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinBlack Female Yearling-Lamar Canyon PackNAN/A2013-03-242013-07-24
776F (uncollared)Lamar Canyon PackEmily Almberg776F in Soda Butte ValleyEast end of Soda Butte Valley776F just after crossing the road. She and several others had been chasing 820F.2013-03-242013-05-30
820FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon PackNANA2013-03-242013-04-09
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon PackNANA2013-03-242013-04-09
820FLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar wolves pinning 820F-Lamar Canyon PackNANA2013-03-242013-04-09
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCK"White-tip", black female yearlingNorthern Range8-Mile black female yearling (born in 2011) in front of a thermal trail camera2013-03-192014-06-03
Tall GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon PackNANA2013-03-182013-04-09
UnknownLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar wolves pinning 820F-Lamar Canyon PackNANA2013-03-182013-04-09
UnknownLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar wolves pinning 820F-Lamar Canyon PackNANA2013-03-182013-04-09
UnknownLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinUncollared Gray Yearling-Lamar Canyon PackNANA2013-03-162013-04-09
755MNational Park Service755M after he left the Lamar Canyon PackLamar ValleyN/A2013-03-122013-07-02
856MLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon PackNANA2013-03-122013-04-09
UnknownLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon PackNANA2013-03-122013-04-09
UnknownKurt HoltzenunknownBlacktail plateau860F Wyoming wolf from outside the park .2013-03-092014-04-06
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackBrad OrstedCanyon pack alpha femaleAlong the Yellowstone River north of Hayden Valley.The Canyon Alpha female checked a beaver den on her way down the Yellowstone River north of Hayden Valley.2013-03-072013-06-28
755M755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin755M from HitchingpostHitchingpost, Lamar ValleyNA2013-03-022014-02-28
755M755M & 889F GroupDoug McLaughlin755M from ConfluenceConfluence, Lamar ValleyNA2013-03-022014-02-28
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-262014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-262014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-262014-06-03
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCK"White-tip", black female yearlingNorthern Range8-Mile black female yearling (born in 2011) in front of a thermal trail camera2013-02-262014-06-03
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCKThermal image of 8-mile pupYellowstone National ParkThis gray female pup had a class 1 mange infection.2013-02-262014-02-04
910M8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCKThermal image of yearling male and gray female pup from 8-mile packNorthern RangeThe wolf on the left is the yearling and the wolf on the right is the pup. They are both feeding on a bison carcass.2013-02-262013-12-09
910M8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCKThermal image of yearling male and gray female pup from 8-mile packNorthern RangeThe wolf on the left is the yearling and the wolf on the right is the pup. They are both feeding on a bison carcass.2013-02-262013-12-09
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte PackNANA2013-02-262013-04-09
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-252014-06-03
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCK"White-tip", black female yearlingNorthern Range8-Mile black female yearling (born in 2011) in front of a thermal trail camera2013-02-252014-06-03
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCK"White-tip", black female yearlingNorthern Range8-Mile black female yearling (born in 2011) in front of a thermal trail camera2013-02-252014-06-03
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCK"White-tip", black female yearlingNorthern Range8-Mile black female yearling (born in 2011) in front of a thermal trail camera2013-02-252014-06-03
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCK"White-tip", black female yearlingNorthern Range8-Mile black female yearling (born in 2011) in front of a thermal trail camera2013-02-252014-06-03
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCK"White-tip", black female yearlingNorthern Range8-Mile black female yearling (born in 2011) in front of a thermal trail camera2013-02-252014-06-03
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCK"White-tip", black female yearlingNorthern Range8-Mile black female yearling (born in 2011) in front of a thermal trail camera2013-02-252014-06-03
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCK"White-tip", black female yearlingNorthern Range8-Mile black female yearling (born in 2011) in front of a thermal trail camera2013-02-252014-06-03
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCK"White-tip", black female yearlingNorthern Range8-Mile black female yearling (born in 2011) in front of a thermal trail camera2013-02-252014-06-03
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCK"White-tip", black female yearlingNorthern Range8-Mile black female yearling (born in 2011) in front of a thermal trail camera2013-02-252014-06-03
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCK"White-tip", black female yearlingNorthern Range8-Mile black female yearling (born in 2011) in front of a thermal trail camera2013-02-252014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-242014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-242014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-242014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-242014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-242014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-242014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-242014-06-03
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCK"White-tip", black female yearlingNorthern Range8-Mile black female yearling (born in 2011) in front of a thermal trail camera2013-02-242014-06-03
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCK"White-tip", black female yearlingNorthern Range8-Mile black female yearling (born in 2011) in front of a thermal trail camera2013-02-242014-06-03
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCK"White-tip", black female yearlingNorthern Range8-Mile black female yearling (born in 2011) in front of a thermal trail camera2013-02-242014-06-03
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCK"White-tip", black female yearlingNorthern Range8-Mile black female yearling (born in 2011) in front of a thermal trail camera2013-02-242014-06-03
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCK"White-tip", black female yearlingNorthern Range8-Mile black female yearling (born in 2011) in front of a thermal trail camera2013-02-242014-06-03
910M8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCKThermal image of yearling male from 8-mile packNorthern RangeYou can see him holding his right front limb, which caused him to limp for a few months.2013-02-242013-12-09
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCKThermal image of the gray female pup from 8-mile packNorthern RangeTrail cameras were used to help identify this as the gray female pup from the 8-mile pack.2013-02-242013-12-09
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-232014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-232014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-232014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-232014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-232014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-232014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-232014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-232014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-232014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-232014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackBrad OrstedThis is the wolf recovering from mange they are callingmammothThis is the Canyon yearling recovering from mange they are calling "no pants".2013-02-232013-06-28
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-222014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-222014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-222014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-222014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-222014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-222014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-222014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-222014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-222014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-222014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-222014-06-03
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte PackNANA2013-02-222013-04-09
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-212014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-212014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-212014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-212014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-212014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-212014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-212014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-212014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-212014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-212014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of thermal trail camera2013-02-212014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKThermal image of canyon pupYellowstone National ParkThis pup had a class 3 mange infection.2013-02-212014-02-04
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKThermal image of canyon pupYellowstone National ParkCanyon pup looking at the thermal camera.2013-02-212014-02-04
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKThermal image of canyon pupYellowstone National ParkCanyon pup looking at the thermal camera. Trail cameras were also used to help identify individual wolves.2013-02-212014-02-04
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKThermal image of pup from Canyon packNorthern RangeOne of the pups from the Canyon pack visits the remote thermal camera.2013-02-212013-12-09
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-202014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-202014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-202014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-202014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-202014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-202014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-202014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-202014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-202014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-202014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-202014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-202014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-202014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-202014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-202014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-202014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-202014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-202014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-192014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-192014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-192014-06-03
UnknownCanyon PackUSGS NOROCKGray canyon pupNorthern RangeCanyon gray pup of unknown sex (born 2012) in front of trail camera2013-02-192014-06-03
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackStephen CampagnaroMale and Female Canyon Pack and Pups1 mile from Mammoth$10,000 Reward is being offered by two different groups for conviction of shooter of this beautiful white Female of the Canyon Pack, which we observed on Valentines Day in 2013 near Mammoth with her Mate 712 and pups playing and showing much affection. What a tragedy for this pack and the wildlife watching and loving public. She was true to her mate the black now grey alpha for many years. Almost a lifetime. Someone out there knows what happened.2013-02-142017-05-15
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackStephen CampagnaroMale and Female Canyon Pack and Pups1 mile from Mammoth$10,000 Reward is being offered by two different groups for conviction of shooter of this beautiful white Female of the Canyon Pack, which we observed on Valentines Day in 2013 near Mammoth with her Mate 712 and pups playing and showing much affection. What a tragedy for this pack and the wildlife watching and loving public. She was true to her mate the black now grey alpha for many years. Almost a lifetime. Someone out there knows what happened.2013-02-142017-05-15
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackStephen CampagnaroMale and Female Canyon Pack and Pups1 mile from Mammoth$10,000 Reward is being offered by two different groups for conviction of shooter of this beautiful white Female of the Canyon Pack, which we observed on Valentines Day in 2013 near Mammoth with her Mate 712 and pups playing and showing much affection. What a tragedy for this pack and the wildlife watching and loving public. She was true to her mate the black now grey alpha for many years. Almost a lifetime. Someone out there knows what happened.2013-02-142017-05-15
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackStephen CampagnaroMale and Female Canyon Pack and Pups1 mile from Mammoth$10,000 Reward is being offered by two different groups for conviction of shooter of this beautiful white Female of the Canyon Pack, which we observed on Valentines Day in 2013 near Mammoth with her Mate 712 and pups playing and showing much affection. What a tragedy for this pack and the wildlife watching and loving public. She was true to her mate the black now grey alpha for many years. Almost a lifetime. Someone out there knows what happened.2013-02-142017-05-15
UnknownLamar Canyon PackBrad OrstedLamar Canyon uncollared black yearling (in 2012) femaleSoda Butte cone areaThis female looked back to see if Middle Gray was still following. This is the female some are calling "Spitfire."2013-02-112013-06-28
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackBrad OrstedMiddle Gray from Lamar Canyon packAlong the Lamar River just south of Fisherman'sMiddle Gray came down and crossed the road headed to a carcass.2013-02-112013-06-28
778MBlacktail Deer Plateau PackSam ParksBlacktail alpha pairBlacktail LakesHere is the alpha pair of the Blacktail pack, 693f and 778m. They were not accompanied by any other wolves. When I encountered them, they were sniffing around on what appeared to be a bison carcass buried under the snow and ice of Blacktail Lakes. One could make out bison fur and one horn just barely protruding from the snow surrounded by blood (just out of the frame, to the left). After this point, they travelled west and crossed the road about .25 west of Blacktail Lakes and went out of sight.2013-02-062013-12-02
778MBlacktail Deer Plateau PackSam ParksBig Brown (778m).25 mile east of Lava Creek picnic areaHere is Blacktail alpha male, 778m, shortly after crossing the road. He was looking back towards alpha female 693f who had yet to cross. The alpha pair was also accompanied by an uncollared gray wolf that had mange on it's hind legs and was travelling close to Big Brown. The wolves had killed an elk close to the road just east of Undine Falls sometime in the night or early that morning which was removed by park rangers. I took this photo on the following afternoon a half mile or so east of there, as they crossed from south to north and proceeded to make their way back towards the carcass area. Finding it gone, they took off to the north and were not to be seen again.2013-01-282013-12-02
UnknownBlacktail Deer Plateau PackSam ParksUncollared gray wolf travelling with Blacktail alphas.25 mile east of Lava Creek picnic areaHere is an uncollared gray wolf with mange visible on its hind legs (left hind leg visible here). It was travelling with Blacktail alphas, 778m and 693f, staying particularly close to Big Brown. According to wolf-watchers I talked to, this is a female yearling of the Blacktails, who hadn't been spending much time with the alpha pair, but was nevertheless, with them on this occasion. The wolves had killed an elk close to the road just east of Undine Falls sometime in the night or early that morning which was removed by park rangers. I took this photo on the following afternoon a half mile or so east of there, as they crossed from south to north and proceeded to make their way back towards the carcass area. This wolf was surprisingly tolerant of close-by vehicles, approaching to within 20 yards of one to check out the scraps that were left behind by the ranger. After this, the wolves took off towards the north and were not to be seen again.2013-01-282013-12-02
693FBlacktail Deer Plateau PackSam ParksBlacktail alpha female 693f.25 miles east of Lava Creek picnic areaHere is Blacktail alpha female, 693f, shortly before crossing the road. She was travelling with alpha male 778m and an uncollared gray wolf, who had already crossed to this point. She was more hesitant about the vehicles that had stopped in the road and ended up crossing about 20 minutes after the other two. The wolves had killed an elk close to the road just east of Undine Falls sometime in the night or early that morning which was removed by park rangers. I took this photo on the following afternoon a half mile or so east of there, as they crossed from south to north and proceeded to make their way back towards the carcass area. Finding it gone, they took off to the north and were not to be seen again.2013-01-282013-12-02
UnknownBlacktail Deer Plateau PackSam ParksUncollared Blacktail gray with 778m (Big Brown) howling.1 mile west of the Lava Creek picnic areaHere is an uncollared gray wolf with mange visible on its hind legs (right hind leg visible here). It was travelling with Blacktail alphas, 778m and 693f, staying particularly close to Big Brown (Big Brown howling in the background here). According to wolf-watchers I talked to, this is a female yearling of the Blacktails, who hadn't been spending much time with the alpha pair, but was nevertheless, with them on this occasion. The wolves had killed an elk close to the road just east of Undine Falls sometime in the night or early that morning which was removed by park rangers. I took this photo on the following afternoon about .25 miles east of there, as they crossed from south to north and proceeded to make their way back towards the carcass area. This wolf was surprisingly tolerant of close-by vehicles, approaching to within 20 yards of one to check out the scraps that were left behind by the ranger. After this, the wolves took off towards the north and were not to be seen again.2013-01-282013-12-02
UnknownYellowstone Delta PackNational Park ServiceYellowstone Delta PackNANA2012-11-282013-04-10
UnknownLamar Canyon PackNational Park ServiceLamar Canyon PackNANA2012-11-282013-04-10
UnknownLamar Canyon PackNational Park ServiceLamar Canyon PackNANA2012-11-282013-04-10
UnknownLamar Canyon PackNational Park ServiceLamar Canyon PackNANA2012-11-282013-04-10
UnknownCougar Creek PackNational Park ServiceCougar CreekNANA2012-11-282013-04-10
UnknownBlacktail Deer Plateau PackNational Park Service778M, 693F, and two uncollareds-Blacktail PackNANA2012-11-282013-04-09
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte PackNANA2012-11-152013-04-09
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte PackNANA2012-11-152013-04-09
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte PackNANA2012-11-152013-04-09
UnknownJunction Butte PackDoug McLaughlinJunction Butte PackNANA2012-10-072013-04-09
UnknownCanyon PackKeith Crowleywolf on elk carcassNear Dunraven PicnicLone black wolf on elk carcass near Dunraven Picnic Area2012-09-282013-10-16
UnknownYellowstone Delta PackNational Park ServiceYellowstone Delta PackNANA2012-09-272013-04-10
UnknownYellowstone Delta PackNational Park ServiceYellowstone Delta PackNANA2012-09-272013-04-10
UnknownMollie's PackNational Park ServiceMollie's PackNANA2012-09-272013-04-10
UnknownMollie's PackNational Park ServiceMollie's PackNANA2012-09-272013-04-10
UnknownMollie's PackNational Park ServiceMollie's PackNANA2012-09-272013-04-10
712MCanyon PackMark BennettHayden Valley 712MWest side of the road by Grizzly Overlook.We watched him swim the river from Grizzly Overlook and then cross the road. From the hill west of Grizzly, I took this picture.2012-09-082013-10-14
UnknownJoan OuelletteBlack wolfLamar valleyThis wolf probably had a den site on the other side of the highway and was crossing the road. All traffic had been stopped and when we were allowed to go on, I was able to get this picture out of my video recording of the wolf..2012-09-042015-07-14
763M8 Mile PackNational Park ServiceSW763M-8 Mile PackNANA2012-09-042013-04-09
Unknown8 Mile PackNational Park Service8 Mile PackNANA2012-09-042013-04-09
Unknown8 Mile PackNational Park Service8 Mile PackNANA2012-09-042013-04-09
UnknownBlacktail Deer Plateau PackRuss VerbofskyBlacktail Deer Plateau WolfNear entrance to Blacktail Plateau trailDriving in the early morning, it had rained a hour before and was overcast. We were headed to Blacktail Plateau trail and the pack ran across the road in front of us (about 75 yards). We counted seven wolves. By the time I was able to stop and take some photos, I was only able to photographed the last one as it creased the hill and disappeared. I few minutes later we could hear them howling. No one was in sight and it was an incredible memory.2012-09-012013-12-30
UnknownBlacktail Deer Plateau PackRuss VerbofskyBlacktail Deer Plateau WolfNear entrance to Blacktail Plateau trailDriving in the early morning, it had rained a hour before and was overcast. We were headed to Blacktail Plateau trail and the pack ran across the road in front of us (about 75 yards). We counted seven wolves. By the time I was able to stop and take some photos, I was only able to photographed the last one as it creased the hill and disappeared. I few minutes later we could hear them howling. No one was in sight and it was an incredible memory.2012-09-012013-12-30
UnknownLamar Canyon PackKeith CrowleyMembers of the Lamar Canyon pack cross Lamar RiverConfluence of Lamar and Soda ButteMembers of the pack crossed the Lamar River, the road, and then climbed the hill toward the den area.2012-08-292013-10-16
UnknownLamar Canyon PackKeith CrowleyMembers of the Lamar Canyon pack cross Lamar RiverConfluence of Lamar and Soda ButteMembers of the pack crossed the Lamar River, the road, and then climbed the hill toward the den area.2012-08-292013-10-16
UnknownLamar Canyon PackKeith CrowleyMembers of the Lamar Canyon pack cross Lamar RiverConfluence of Lamar and Soda ButteMembers of the pack crossed the Lamar River, the road, and then climbed the hill toward the den area.2012-08-292013-10-16
UnknownLamar Canyon PackKeith CrowleyMembers of the Lamar Canyon pack cross Lamar RiverConfluence of Lamar and Soda ButteMembers of the pack crossed the Lamar River, the road, and then climbed the hill toward the den area.2012-08-292013-10-16
UnknownLamar Canyon PackKeith CrowleyMembers of the Lamar Canyon pack cross Lamar RiverConfluence of Lamar and Soda ButteMembers of the pack crossed the Lamar River, the road, and then climbed the hill toward the den area.2012-08-292013-10-16
UnknownLamar Canyon PackKeith CrowleyMembers of the Lamar Canyon pack cross Lamar RiverConfluence of Lamar and Soda ButteMembers of the pack crossed the Lamar River, the road, and then climbed the hill toward the den area.2012-08-292013-10-16
UnknownPatrick KennyFuture Junction Butte PackPeregrine Hills, Little AmericaThese wolves would become the Junction Butte pack. Picture is through a spotting scope. The wolves were on the Peregrine Hills watching another wolf (777?) trying to approach the pack.2012-08-092014-10-21
UnknownEmily WallsGray wolf in Lamar ValleyLamar ValleyWhile on a Xanterra provided "Lamar Valley Wildlife Excursion," our guide saw many vehicles and people pulled over observing the valley with spotting scopes. We joined them and saw through scopes that a pack of wolves had taken down a bison and were just finishing up their meal. Suddenly, a gray wolf appeared about 50-75 yards away and proceeded to cross in front of the observers several times before running off back into depths of the valley. The wolf was large and the guide claimed that it was part of the Mollie Pack.2012-06-152013-12-27
UnknownEmily WallsGray wolf in Lamar ValleyLamar ValleyWhile on a Xanterra provided "Lamar Valley Wildlife Excursion," our guide saw many vehicles and people pulled over observing the valley with spotting scopes. We joined them and saw through scopes that a pack of wolves had taken down a bison and were just finishing up their meal. Suddenly, a gray wolf appeared about 50-75 yards away and proceeded to cross in front of the observers several times before running off back into depths of the valley. The wolf was large and the guide claimed that it was part of the Mollie Pack.2012-06-152013-12-27
UnknownEmily WallsGray wolf in Lamar ValleyLamar ValleyWhile on a Xanterra provided "Lamar Valley Wildlife Excursion," our guide saw many vehicles and people pulled over observing the valley with spotting scopes. We joined them and saw through scopes that a pack of wolves had taken down a bison and were just finishing up their meal. Suddenly, a gray wolf appeared about 50-75 yards away and proceeded to cross in front of the observers several times before running off back into depths of the valley. The wolf was large and the guide claimed that it was part of the Mollie Pack.2012-06-152013-12-27
776F (uncollared)Lamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon PackNANA2012-06-092013-04-09
Middle GrayLamar Canyon PackDoug McLaughlinLamar Canyon PackNANA2012-05-252013-04-09
UnknownLamar Canyon PackAdrienne P Gary ZStanding wolvesLamar Valley between Soda Butte Cone and Footbridge LotLamar Canyon wolves were feeding on elk carcass in water. Several wolves moving back and forth between den and carcass and generally milling about2012-05-202013-06-11
UnknownLamar Canyon PackAdrienne P Gary ZSwimming wolfLamar Valley between Soda Butte Cone and Footbridge LotLamar Canyon wolves were feeding on elk carcass in water. Several wolves moving back and forth between den and carcass and generally milling about2012-05-202013-06-11
UnknownLamar Canyon PackAdrienne P Gary ZStanding wolfLamar Valley between Soda Butte Cone and Footbridge LotLamar Canyon wolves were feeding on elk carcass in water. Several wolves moving back and forth between den and carcass and generally milling about2012-05-202013-06-11
UnknownCanyon PackAdrienne P Gary ZWolf traveled east side of the Yellowstone N'ward from Alum Creekriver from Otter Creek Picnic areaWatched wolf swim the Yellowstone Near Alum Creek and went to Otter Creek Picnic Area to wait for it to pass.2012-05-172013-06-11
UnknownLindsay FraserOld Wolf.Near the Lamar RiverSome people were informed that this Wolf was killed by a pack of Coyote's 2 days after this photo was taken. We do not have any records, however, of any wolves being killed by coyotes.2012-05-152014-03-19
UnknownLindsay FraserOld Wolf.Near the Limar RiverThis wolf was thought to have been killed by a pack of coyotes two days after this photo was taken.2012-05-152013-08-21
UnknownLindsay FraserOld Wolf.Near the Limar RiverThis wolf was thought to have been killed by a pack of coyotes two days after this photo was taken.2012-05-152013-08-21
776F (uncollared)Lamar Canyon PackKeith Crowley776 returning to den areaNear Hitching Post PO776 was alone at elk carcass in river bed, then returned to den area. Other pack members were downstream at the time.2012-05-042013-10-16
776F (uncollared)Lamar Canyon PackKeith Crowley776 returning to den areaNear Hitching Post PO776 was alone at elk carcass in river bed, then returned to den area. Other pack members were downstream at the time.2012-05-042013-10-16
UnknownMollie's PackKeith CrowleyBlack Mollie crosses road in Little AmericaLong Pullout in Little AmericaThis wolf was traveling with a gray. Both crossed in Little America, the gray crossed near the Lamar Bridge.2012-05-042013-10-16
UnknownMollie's PackKeith CrowleyBlack Mollie crosses road in Little AmericaLong Pullout in Little AmericaThis wolf was traveling with a gray. Both crossed in Little America, the gray crossed near the Lamar Bridge.2012-05-042013-10-16
712MCanyon PackJim Futterer712 leaving elk carcass in Chinese Garden areaChinese Garden area along Gardiner River712, the white alpha female, 831 and an adult gray had been feeding on the elk carcass in the Chinese Garden area and were leaving to the north and then west.2012-04-222013-09-05
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackJim FuttererCanyon Pack Alpha Female leaving elk carcass in Chinese Garden AreaChinese Garden area along Gardiner River712, the white alpha female, 831 and an adult gray had been feeding on the elk carcass in the Chinese Garden area and were leaving to the north and then west.2012-04-222013-09-05
831FCanyon PackJim FuttererEating elk carcas in Chinese Garden area.Chinese Garden area along Gardiner River.When driving into the park this wolf crossed the river on the road bridge coming from the Mammoth as we were crossing the bridge heading toward Mammoth. It then crossed the river and went to the elk carcass. This was very early and we were the first see it. There was no other traffic for a while.2012-04-202013-09-05
831FCanyon PackJim FuttererEating elk carcas in Chinese Garden area.Chinese Garden area along Gardiner River.When driving into the park this wolf crossed the river on the road bridge coming from the Mammoth as we were crossing the bridge heading toward Mammoth. It then crossed the river and went to the elk carcass. This was very early and we were the first see it. There was no other traffic for a while.2012-04-202013-09-05
UnknownLamar Canyon PackJim FuttererWolf wandering in Round Prairie, stopped to drinkRound Prairie near Pebble Creek CampgroundLamar Canyon Pack wolf sometimes called "Butter Face" at the time. Sighted just off the road. It wandered around Round Prairie following the Soda Butte Creek bed.2012-04-202013-09-05
UnknownLamar Canyon PackJim FuttererWolf wandering in Round Prairie, stopped to drink.Round Prairie near Pebble Creek CampgroundLamar Canyon Pack wolf sometimes called "Butter Face" at the time. Sighted just off the road. It wandered around Round Prairie following the Soda Butte Creek bed.2012-04-202013-09-05
UnknownLamar Canyon PackJim FuttererLamar Canyon yearling came down near the exclosure, traveled toward Institute and then crossed road toward Lamar River.Lamar Valley near exclosure.This wolf came down from near the exclosure and showed little concern for people. It traveled toward the Institute and after passing people it crossed the road toward the Lamar River. It was by itself.2012-04-172013-09-05
712MCanyon PackKole StewartCanyon Alpha MaleSwan Lake FlatsN/A2012-04-162013-04-29
712MCanyon PackKole StewartCanyon Alpha MaleSwan Lake FlatsN/A2012-04-162013-04-29
UnknownCanyon PackBrad OrstedCanyon wolfMammoth Hot SpringsThis canyon member popped up over a sage covered hill to get a view by the high bridge.2012-04-152013-06-28
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCKRemote thermal cameranear Stephens Creekunknown wolf2012-03-192013-04-26
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCKRemote thermal cameranear Stephens Creekunknown wolf2012-03-192013-04-26
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCKRemote thermal cameranear Stephens Creekunknown wolf2012-03-192013-04-26
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCKRemote thermal cameranear Stephens Creekunknown wolf2012-03-192013-04-26
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCKthermal camnear Stephens Creekunknown male black2012-02-292013-04-26
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCKthermal camnear Stephens Creekunknown male black2012-02-292013-04-26
UnknownBlacktail Deer Plateau PackPaul CrossThermal photo w/ hairlossnear Stephens CreekProbably 830F, former Blacktail Pack member2012-01-312013-05-09
UnknownBlacktail Deer Plateau PackPaul CrossThermal photo w/ hairlossnear Stephens CreekProbably 830F, former Blacktail Pack member2012-01-312013-05-09
Unknown8 Mile PackUSGS NOROCKThermal unknown w/ hairlossnear Stephens Creekunknown ID2012-01-262013-04-26
UnknownAgate CreekKeith CrowleyAgate Creek females were together in Little AmericaBoulder P/O, Little AmericaThree Agate Creek wolves crossed the road, north to south, in Little America2012-01-242013-10-18
UnknownAgate CreekKeith CrowleyAgate Creek females were together in Little AmericaBoulder P/O, Little AmericaThree Agate Creek wolves crossed the road, north to south, in Little America. White wolf is 471F, I believe.2012-01-242013-10-18
UnknownAgate CreekKeith CrowleyAgate Creek females were together in Little AmericaBoulder P/O, Little AmericaThree Agate Creek wolves crossed the road, north to south, in Little America2012-01-242013-10-18
UnknownBlacktail Deer Plateau PackPaul Crossremote cameranear Stephens Creek830F w/ hairloss on belly2012-01-132013-04-26
UnknownBlacktail Deer Plateau PackPaul Crossremote cameranear Stephens Creek830F w/ hairloss on belly2012-01-132013-04-26
UnknownBlacktail Deer Plateau PackPaul Crossremote cameranear Stephens Creek830F w/ hairloss on belly2012-01-132013-04-26
UnknownBlacktail Deer Plateau PackPaul Crossremote cameranear Stephens Creek830F w/ hairloss on belly2012-01-132013-04-26
UnknownLamar Canyon PackRuss VerbofskyWolf and Grizz on a KillLamar ValleyStills from video (https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=2573560338225&set=vb.297390041544&type=3&theater) of three wolves and two grizzly bears on a kill in Lamar Valley.2011-10-062013-12-30
UnknownLamar Canyon PackRuss VerbofskyWolf and Grizz on a KillLamar ValleyStills from video (https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=2573560338225&set=vb.297390041544&type=3&theater) of three wolves and two grizzly bears on a kill in Lamar Valley.2011-10-062013-12-30
UnknownLamar Canyon PackRuss VerbofskyWolf and Grizz on a KillLamar ValleyStills from video (https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=2573560338225&set=vb.297390041544&type=3&theater) of three wolves and two grizzly bears on a kill in Lamar Valley.2011-10-062013-12-30
UnknownLamar Canyon PackRuss VerbofskyWolf and Grizz on a KillLamar ValleyStills from video (https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=2573560338225&set=vb.297390041544&type=3&theater) of three wolves and two grizzly bears on a kill in Lamar Valley.2011-10-062013-12-30
UnknownLamar Canyon PackRuss VerbofskyWolf and Grizz on a KillLamar ValleyStills from video (https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=2573560338225&set=vb.297390041544&type=3&theater) of three wolves and two grizzly bears on a kill in Lamar Valley.2011-10-062013-12-30
755MLamar Canyon PackCurt HowellLamar Pack on Cow Elk Kill in RiverLamar Valley Trashcan areaThe Lamar Pack had trapped a cow elk in the river right before dusk. The next morning we showed up to this scene. I assume this is the 06 female with him but would like confirmation. This was taken near the trashcan area NE of the Yellowstone Institute.2011-10-042016-07-09
755MLamar Canyon PackCurt HowellLamar Pack killed an elk over night and were feeding first thing in the morningLamar ValleyThe Lamar Pack had trapped a cow elk in the river right before dusk. The next morning we showed up to this scene. I assume this is the 06 female with him but would like confirmation.2011-10-042016-07-09
UnknownMollie's PackRuss VerbofskyLone WolfNear Lake ButteThis wolf was running through the field near Lake Butte on the way to the east entrance. There were no other members of the pack with this wolf.2011-09-302013-12-30
UnknownMollie's PackRuss VerbofskyLone WolfNear Lake ButteThis wolf was running through the field near Lake Butte on the way to the east entrance. There were no other members of the pack with this wolf.2011-09-302013-12-30
UnknownMollie's PackRuss VerbofskyLone WolfNear Lake ButteThis wolf was running through the field near Lake Butte on the way to the east entrance. There were no other members of the pack with this wolf.2011-09-302013-12-30
UnknownMollie's PackRuss VerbofskyLone WolfNear Lake ButteThis wolf was running through the field near Lake Butte on the way to the east entrance. There were no other members of the pack with this wolf.2011-09-302013-12-30
UnknownMollie's PackRuss VerbofskyLone WolfNear Lake ButteThis wolf was running through the field near Lake Butte on the way to the east entrance. There were no other members of the pack with this wolf.2011-09-302013-12-30
UnknownMollie's PackRuss VerbofskyLone WolfNear Lake ButteThis wolf was running through the field near Lake Butte on the way to the east entrance. There were no other members of the pack with this wolf.2011-09-302013-12-30
UnknownMollie's PackRuss VerbofskyLone WolfNear Lake ButteThis wolf was running through the field near Lake Butte on the way to the east entrance. There were no other members of the pack with this wolf.2011-09-302013-12-30
UnknownCanyon PackJim FuttererCanyon PackHayden Valley 1/2 mile se of Grizzly OverlookThe Canyon Pack was observed traveling on the NE side of the Yellowstone River 1/2 mile SE of the Grizzly Overlook. They stopped and rested in sight.2011-09-102013-09-05
UnknownLamar Canyon PackSarah FentonWolf moving through the sage brush in Lamar Valley on the north side of the road and just west of the Buffalo Ranch heading west.West of the Buffalo Ranch in Lamar Valley, north of the road.There is speculation that this wolf may be Butterface from the Lamar Canyon Pack. The wolf was first sighted near the Lamar Canyon Den just north of the hitching post. She was in the tree line on the western face of the mountain. The wolf followed the ridge line and headed west. The wolf continued heading west. After the wolf passed the Lamar Buffalo Ranch, the wolf switched directions a few times as she hunted until she was lost from sight. The whole duration the wolf was on the northern side of the road. This photo was taken later in the day on 7/23/11.2011-07-232014-04-29
UnknownLamar Canyon PackTony OswaldWolf howling towards the south, across the Lamar ValleyWIthin a mile (SE) of Slough Creek campgroundFull frame image of the 100% crop previously uploaded. Same notes apply.2011-06-112014-02-20
UnknownLamar Canyon PackTony OswaldWolf howling towards the southWIthin a mile (SE) of Slough Creek campgroundThis (lone) wolf howled for several minutes, primarily towards the west and then southward, listening each time before changing position. When it stopped howling it headed up the hill behind it and disappeared in the trees. I briefly encountered it again later, crossing through the trees from near the road into Slough Creek campground. This image is a 100% crop from a wider long shot.2011-06-112014-02-20
UnknownCanyon PackConnie JeffcoatCanyon Female YearlingNear Roaring MountainThis is the Canyon Black Female Yearling. She has not been seen in recent months.2011-05-272013-06-23
UnknownBlacktail Deer Plateau PackConnie Jeffcoat"Medium Gray", the beta male of the Blacktail PackNorth of the "S" Curve between Mammoth and TowerThis is "Medium Gray" of the Blacktail Deer Plateau Pack, the beta male. He was killed about seven months after this photo was taken by the Mollies.2011-05-212013-06-23
UnknownMollie's PackKole StewartThis wolf was standing near the road, there was a herd of bison nearby with calves.Near Mary's Bay of Yellowstone LakeLikely a Mollie's wolf near Mary's Bay of Yellowstone Lake. Standing next to the east entrance road.2011-05-152014-02-04
478FCougar Creek PackPanzer Gnauck478F Former Alpha Female of the Cougar Creek PackMadison River, East of Gate and West of 7-Mile BridgeMany of the Cougar Creek wolves were moving through the trees parallel to the Madison River. I got lucky because the collar was hidden by the angle of her head. Not to mention she slowed down for the shot.2011-05-082017-04-26
478FCougar Creek PackDeby Dixon478F on Madison RiverMadison River, YellowstoneThis image was taken two years ago, on the Madison River, by Panzer Gnauck. I posted it here with his permission.2011-05-082015-11-17
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackKole StewartCanyon Alpha FemaleArtists Point bridge over the Yellowstone riverN/A2011-04-122013-04-29
UnknownCanyon PackBill RejebianFormer Beta of the Canyon packOtter CreekFormer beta of the Canyon pack resting during the epic battle with the female bison.2010-10-102014-04-06
UnknownCanyon PackBill RejebianCanyon Beta at Otter CreekOtter Creek pulloutThis is the former beta of the Canyon pack (known as Limper) during his titanic struggle to take down a sick female bison while a male bison defended her.2010-10-102014-03-06
UnknownAgate CreekKendall Hankins641m former Agate Creek AlphaLittle AmericaFormer Mollie turned Agate Alpha Male 641M (deceased)2010-07-092014-08-12
587MKenneth E PetersonLone Collared WolfTwin Lakes YNPThis is the same Lone Wolf standing over the carcass of the wounded Elk from the night before. Sorry I can't tell you the number of this Wolf, there were lot of folks viewing this experience until the Rangers came and pulled the carcass because of the dangers of a Bear in the area. With all the people viewing the Rangers felt the risks were too high for the folks viewing, we were in timber and everyone was out of their cars.2010-05-192013-07-03
587MKenneth E PetersonLone Collared WolfTwin Lakes YNPThis is the same Wolf standing over the carcass of the Elk. He/she would grab some organs like the liver and flee to the timber to eat and would later to come back to the kill site. I caught this shot as it returned to the kill sight. Not that great of a shot as it was early in morning in heavy timber and required a very slow shutter speed.2010-05-192013-07-03
UnknownKenneth E PetersonA pack of Wolves eating on a Bison taken down along the Madison River.Across from the Riverside Drive just outside of the West Entrance.This group of photos were of 5 or so wolves but I never got more than 3 together at the same time. The dark brown wolf had a collar and had a bum leg, one of his front legs if I recall.2010-05-182013-07-16
UnknownKenneth E PetersonA pack of Wolves eating on a Bison taken down along the Madison River.Across from the Riverside Drive just outside of the West Entrance.This group of photos were of 5 or so wolves but I never got more than 3 together at the same time. The dark brown wolf had a collar and had a bum leg, one of his front legs if I recall.2010-05-182013-07-16
UnknownKenneth E PetersonA pack of Wolves eating on a Bison taken down along the Madison River.Across from the Riverside Drive just outside of the West Entrance.This group of photos were of 5 or so wolves but I never got more than 3 together at the same time. The dark brown wolf had a collar and had a bum leg, one of his front legs if I recall.2010-05-182013-07-16
UnknownKenneth E PetersonA pack of Wolves eating on a Bison taken down along the Madison River.Across from the Riverside Drive just outside of the West Entrance.This group of photos were of 5 or so wolves but I never got more than 3 together at the same time.2010-05-182013-07-16
UnknownKenneth E PetersonA pack of Wolves eating on a Bison taken down along the Madison River.Across from the Riverside Drive just outside of the West Entrance.This group of photos were of 5 or so wolves but I never got more than 3 together at the same time.2010-05-182013-07-16
UnknownKenneth E PetersonA pack of Wolves eating on a Bison taken down along the Madison River.Across from the Riverside Drive just outside of the West Entrance.This group of photos were of 5 or so wolves but I never got more than 3 together at the same time.2010-05-182013-07-16
UnknownKenneth E PetersonA pack of Wolves eating on a Bison taken down along the Madison River.Across from the Riverside Drive just outside of the West Entrance.This group of photos were of 5 or so wolves but I never got more than 3 together at the same time.2010-05-182013-07-16
UnknownKenneth E PetersonA pack of Wolves eating on a Bison taken down along the Madison River.Across from the Riverside Drive just outside of the West Entrance.This group of photos were of 5 or so wolves but I never got more than 3 together at the same time. The dark brown wolf had a collar and had a bum leg, one of his front legs if I recall.2010-05-182013-07-16
UnknownKenneth E PetersonA pack of Wolves eating on a Bison taken down along the Madison River.Across from the Riverside Drive just outside of the West Entrance.This group of photos were of 5 or so wolves but I never got more than 3 together at the same time. The dark brown wolf had a collar and had a bum leg, one of his front legs if I recall.2010-05-182013-07-16
UnknownKenneth E PetersonA pack of Wolves eating on a Bison taken down along the Madison River.Across from the Riverside Drive just outside of the West Entrance.This group of photos were of 5 or so wolves but I never got more than 3 together at the same time. The dark brown wolf had a collar and had a bum leg, one of his front legs if I recall.2010-05-182013-07-16
UnknownKenneth E PetersonA pack of Wolves eating on a Bison taken down along the Madison River.Across from the Riverside Drive just outside of the West Entrance.This group of photos were of 5 or so wolves but I never got more than 3 together at the same time. The dark brown wolf had a collar and had a bum leg, one of his front legs if I recall.2010-05-182013-07-16
587MKenneth E PetersonLone Collared WolfTwin Lakes YNPThis Wolf was collared and not sure of it's number. It hung around the North Lake just wanting for the Elk to make a wrong move. The Elk would get out of the water and when the Wolf would move closer the Elk would move back into the safety of the water. We watched the events until darkness fell, to return the next morning.2010-05-182013-07-03
587MKenneth E PetersonLone Collared WolfTwin Lakes YNPThis Wolf was collared and not sure of it's number. It hung around the North Lake just wanting for the Elk to make a wrong move. The Elk would get out of the water and when the Wolf would move closer the Elk would move back into the safety of the water. We watched the events until darkness fell, to return the next morning.2010-05-182013-07-03
587MKenneth E PetersonLone Collared WolfTwin Lakes YNPThis Wolf was collared and not sure of it's number. It hung around the North Lake just wanting for the Elk to make a wrong move. The Elk would get out of the water and when the Wolf would move closer the Elk would move back into the safety of the water. We watched the events until darkness fell, to return the next morning.2010-05-182013-07-03
587MKenneth E PetersonLone Collared WolfTwin Lakes YNPThis Wolf was collared and not sure of it's number. It hung around the North Lake just wanting for the Elk to make a wrong move. The Elk would get out of the water and when the Wolf would move closer the Elk would move back into the safety of the water. We watched the events until darkness fell, to return the next morning.2010-05-182013-07-03
755MKendall HankinsBefore collaringLittle AmericaThis photo was taken shortly after 06', 754m, and 755m got together.2010-05-142014-08-12
UnknownRene StephensJust after watching calves in a buffalo herd, this young one crosses the road in front of us...Lamar Valley roadmid-morning as we drove through Lamar, watching a group of buffalo walk alongside us on the road with their calves, we drive on and here comes this young wolf right across the road...2009-05-182015-02-03
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackMike O'ConnellCanyon alpha female traveling with pack in the Mammoth areaBoiling River areaThe Canyons traveled from near the North Entrance, along the Boiling and Gardner rivers and to the High Bridge. They visited an old carcass along the Gardner River and chased elk near the High bridge.2009-04-112015-09-25
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackMike O'ConnellCanyon alpha female traveling with pack in the Mammoth areaBoiling River areaThe Canyons traveled from near the North Entrance, along the Boiling and Gardner rivers and to the High Bridge. They visited an old carcass along the Gardner River and chased elk near the High bridge.2009-04-112014-07-21
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackMike O'ConnellCanyon alpha female traveling with pack in the Mammoth areaBoiling River areaThe Canyons traveled from near the North Entrance, along the Boiling and Gardner rivers and to the High Bridge. They visited an old carcass along the Gardner River and chased elk near the High bridge.2009-04-112014-07-21
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackMike O'ConnellCanyon alpha female traveling with pack in the Mammoth areaBoiling River areaThe Canyons traveled from near the North Entrance, along the Boiling and Gardner rivers and to the High Bridge. They visited an old carcass along the Gardner River and chased elk near the High bridge.2009-04-112013-12-10
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackMike O'ConnellCanyon alpha female traveling with pack in the Mammoth areaBoiling River areaThe Canyons traveled from near the North Entrance, along the Boiling and Gardner rivers and to the High Bridge. They visited an old carcass along the Gardner River and chased elk near the High bridge.2009-04-112013-12-10
712MCanyon PackMike O'Connell712 traveling with pack in the Mammoth areaNear Boiling RiverThe Canyons traveled from near the North Entrance, along the Boiling and Gardner rivers and to the High Bridge. They visited an old carcass along the Gardner River and chased elk near the High bridge.2009-04-112013-12-10
712MCanyon PackMike O'Connell712 traveling with pack in the Mammoth areaNear Boiling RiverThe Canyons traveled from near the North Entrance, along the Boiling and Gardner rivers and to the High Bridge. They visited an old carcass along the Gardner River and chased elk near the High bridge.2009-04-112013-12-10
712MCanyon PackMike O'Connell712 traveling with pack in the Mammoth areaNear Boiling RiverThe Canyons traveled from near the North Entrance, along the Boiling and Gardner rivers and to the High Bridge. They visited an old carcass along the Gardner River and chased elk near the High bridge.2009-04-112013-12-10
712MCanyon PackMike O'Connell712 traveling with pack in the Mammoth areaNear Boiling RiverThe Canyons traveled from near the North Entrance, along the Boiling and Gardner rivers and to the High Bridge. They visited an old carcass along the Gardner River and chased elk near the High bridge.2009-04-112013-12-10
712MCanyon PackMike O'Connell712 traveling with pack in the Mammoth areaNear Boiling RiverThe Canyons traveled from near the North Entrance, along the Boiling and Gardner rivers and to the High Bridge. They visited an old carcass along the Gardner River and chased elk near the High bridge.2009-04-112013-12-10
712MCanyon PackAdrienne P Gary Z712M in the snowvcnty Wraith FallsCanyon Pack emerged from the woods just west of Wraith Falls parking area, eventually crossing the road to the north.2009-01-292013-07-26
Canyon Alpha FemaleCanyon PackAdrienne P Gary ZCanyon Alpha Femalevcnty Wraith FallsCanyon Pack emerged from the woods just west of Wraith Falls parking area, eventually crossing the road to the north.2009-01-292013-07-26
UnknownRuss VerbofskyWolves on killNear tower-rooseveltFound this kill about 50 yards of NE Entrance Road (north side) and near junction butte and saw one wolf sleeping, it got up and started eating the kill followed by a second wolf. I photographed the scene for about two hours. I wolf biologist stopped by but I didn't document the wolf numbers. I believe these two wolves were not part of an established pack but could be wrong. I have several other photos of them but these are the best ones.2008-05-192013-12-26
UnknownRuss VerbofskyWolves on killNear tower-rooseveltFound this kill about 50 yards of NE Entrance Road (north side) and near junction butte and saw one wolf sleeping, it got up and started eating the kill followed by a second wolf. I photographed the scene for about two hours. I wolf biologist stopped by but I didn't document the wolf numbers. I believe these two wolves were not part of an established pack but could be wrong. I have several other photos of them but these are the best ones.2008-05-192013-12-26
UnknownRuss VerbofskyWolves on killNear tower-rooseveltFound this kill about 50 yards of NE Entrance Road (north side) and near junction butte and saw one wolf sleeping, it got up and started eating the kill followed by a second wolf. I photographed the scene for about two hours. I wolf biologist stopped by but I didn't document the wolf numbers. I believe these two wolves were not part of an established pack but could be wrong. I have several other photos of them but these are the best ones.2008-05-192013-12-26
UnknownRuss VerbofskyWolves on killNear tower-rooseveltFound this kill about 50 yards of NE Entrance Road (north side) and near junction butte and saw one wolf sleeping, it got up and started eating the kill followed by a second wolf. I photographed the scene for about two hours. I wolf biologist stopped by but I didn't document the wolf numbers. I believe these two wolves were not part of an established pack but could be wrong. I have several other photos of them but these are the best ones.2008-05-192013-12-26
UnknownRuss VerbofskyWolves on killNear tower-rooseveltFound this kill about 50 yards of NE Entrance Road (north side) and near junction butte and saw one wolf sleeping, it got up and started eating the kill followed by a second wolf. I photographed the scene for about two hours. I wolf biologist stopped by but I didn't document the wolf numbers. I believe these two wolves were not part of an established pack but could be wrong. I have several other photos of them but these are the best ones.2008-05-192013-12-26
UnknownRuss VerbofskyWolves on killNear tower-rooseveltFound this kill about 50 yards of NE Entrance Road (north side) and near junction butte and saw one wolf sleeping, it got up and started eating the kill followed by a second wolf. I photographed the scene for about two hours. I wolf biologist stopped by but I didn't document the wolf numbers. I believe these two wolves were not part of an established pack but could be wrong. I have several other photos of them but these are the best ones.2008-05-192013-12-26
UnknownRuss VerbofskyWolves on killNear tower-rooseveltFound this kill about 50 yards of NE Entrance Road (north side) and near junction butte and saw one wolf sleeping, it got up and started eating the kill followed by a second wolf. I photographed the scene for about two hours. I wolf biologist stopped by but I didn't document the wolf numbers. I believe these two wolves were not part of an established pack but could be wrong. I have several other photos of them but these are the best ones.2008-05-192013-12-26
UnknownRuss VerbofskyWolves on killNear tower-rooseveltFound this kill about 50 yards of NE Entrance Road (north side) and near junction butte and saw one wolf sleeping, it got up and started eating the kill followed by a second wolf. I photographed the scene for about two hours. I wolf biologist stopped by but I didn't document the wolf numbers. I believe these two wolves were not part of an established pack but could be wrong. I have several other photos of them but these are the best ones.2008-05-192013-12-26
UnknownSwan LakeSteve LaughrunGrayRound Prairie & Soda Butte CanyonSwan Lake Wolf 356M on lone journey to Cooke City in January 20042004-01-162016-10-01
UnknownSwan LakeSteve LaughrunGrayRound Prairie & Soda Butte CanyonSwan Lake Wolf 356M on lone journey to Cooke City in January 20042004-01-162016-10-01