Yellowstone Wolves

A collection by MsLW
13 Resources
How Wolves Change Rivers

How Wolves Change Rivers

Wolves have transformed the ecosystem and physical geography of Yellowstone. See how their presence caused changes in animal and plant populations, as well as the behavior of rivers. More...

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Sustainable Man
Wolves of Yellowstone

Wolves of Yellowstone

You may not see a wolf in the wild when you visit Yellowstone, so take a look here at some wolf behaviors in the park. More...

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National Park Service
Clash: Encounters of Bears and Wolves

Clash: Encounters of Bears and Wolves

For decades, grizzly bears reigned supreme in Yellowstone National Park...until the reintroduction of gray wolves. Now they battle for the same food sources. More...

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NATURE/PBS
Howard Goldstein: Adviser, Wolves of the Rockies

Howard Goldstein: Adviser, Wolves of the Rockies

This wolf expert explains how hunting Yellowstone’s wolves would adversely affect individual packs and the park's ecological balance — and compromise wildlife research. More...

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Bloomberg TV
In the Valley of the Wolves

In the Valley of the Wolves

Absent for more than 70 years, wolves have thrived in Yellowstone since they were reintroduced in 1995. Use this map to learn more about the packs. More...

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NATURE/PBS
Filming the Wolves of Winter

Filming the Wolves of Winter

Filming wolves on the hunt for wood bison in the Canadian Arctic is a big challenge. Watch this breathtaking video! More...

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Discovery
Montana Researcher Tests ‘Biofence’ to Keep Wolves, Livestock Apart

Montana Researcher Tests ‘Biofence’ to Keep Wolves, Livestock Apart

Many fences out West are built of wood and barbed wire. This one’s made of wolf pee and poop. Curious? Hear more! More...

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NPR
Wolf Wars

Wolf Wars

A difficult tension has developed in the northern Rockies between wolves and landowners with grazing livestock. Explore the conflict caught in these images. More...

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National Geographic
Knowledge Project: Keystone Species

Knowledge Project: Keystone Species

Keystone species maintain the structure and integrity of their community. Research the case of gray wolves and what happened in their absence. More...

Article
Nature Education
What Makes Yellowstone, Yellowstone?

What Makes Yellowstone, Yellowstone?

Tour Yellowstone’s natural network with park ranger Beth Taylor to learn what’s responsible for its geysers, weather, landscape, soil type, plant and animal variety, and the rivers, lakes, and waterfalls. More...

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National Park Service
Yellowstone Webcams

Yellowstone Webcams

Always wanted to go to Yellowstone National Park? Now you can travel there anytime and watch Old Faithful without leaving your home. More...

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National Park Service
Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park

Discover how it became the world’s first national park and the effect it has had since 1872 on the area’s ecosystem.
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Ken Burns/PBS
Quiz: Yellowstone National Park

Quiz: Yellowstone National Park

Quiz yourself about the ecosystem, history, geology, and landscape of Yellowstone National Park. Get enough answers right and you can advance to another level. More...

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FunTrivia.com