New map of Yellowstone′wolf packs

  • Bighorn Sheep Near the North Entrance of Yellowstone National Park are Dying from PneumoniaDecember 14th

  • Public invited to plan Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem future

  • What's the Matter With Idaho?

  • Hired Gun Won't Return to Frank Church Wilderness to Kill Wolves This WinterJuly 30th.

  • Yellowstone Bison Quarantine Plan EAJuly30th

  • Biologists find, monitor wolf pupsSaturday, July 12, 2014

  • Kathie Lynch: Yellowstone Wolf Update. July 14, 2014

  • Conservationists rally outside Yellowstone to protest wolf hunting June 29

  • Wolves will kill for more space, new USU study finds

  • Counting, killing wolves an expensive business falling on Idahoans

  • Wolf watchers request less hunting near parks By Mike Koshmurl

  • Idaho Lawmakers Pass Bill to Kill Hundreds of Wolves

    $400,000 to Be Spent Wiping Out 500 Wolves, Setting Up Wolf-killing Board

  • Wolf control board expected to get full $2 million

  • Yellowstone Behind BarsMay 2nd 2014

  • Ecologists find national park tourists offer elk and antelope shelter from predators

  • Poachers Kill More Game Animals than Wolves, North Idaho Officials Say

  • Meyer: About those park wolves in Yellowstone

  • Wolf pack cut to two Fate of park´s Lower Gros Ventre pack among details released in annual report.

  • Wolves: Greater Yellowstone wolf numbers hold steady

  • Hunting reduces local wolf numbersF&G releases 2013 wolf report

  • Politics trumps science with predators

  • One Bullet Kills an Entire Pack −Yellowstone

  • Wolf board's taking of fees from hunters becomes issue

  • Is Idaho wolf policy inviting court challenges?

  • Idaho Fish and Game asks for input on big game season proposals

  • Eye On Boise

  • New Wolf-control Bill Gains Support

  • Idaho hunter hired to kill wolves gets the job done

  • Wolf Perceptions in Idaho and Beyond

  • State-Sponsored Wolf Killing Ends in Idaho

  • Fight to save wolf packs in Idaho's No Return Wilderness rages on

  • Idaho game management killing elk after killing wolves

  • Wolf Shot and Killed in GTNP

  • Yellowstone wolves eating more bison

  • Wolf eradication plan goes too far Idaho

  • Wolf-killing plan complicates balancing act

  • Top Yellowstone Expert Takes on the Wolf Critics January 5th

  • Worried wolf-watchers say 5 wolves killed by hunters may have been from same Yellowstone pack

  • Wyoming Game and Fish to trap wolves east of Yellowstone for monitoring

  • Deal reached on Oregon wolves: You´ll see lethal control very rarely

  • Return of Wolves Aids Grizzly Bears in Yellowstone July 29th

  • Editorial: Yellowstone officials must face reality of wolves in Montana July 15th 2013

  • Letter: Yellowstone wolvesLast Updated Jul 14 2013 10:52 pm

  • Yellowstonestone wolves down 25% Loss of collared wolves complicates tracking and research, internal park

  • Yellowstone National Park Wolves And Elk Near Equilibrium, According To Biologist

  • Yellowstone National Park Wolf Population Numbers Down


  • Collared wolves

  • Famous Wolf Is Killed Outside Yellowstone 832 F

  • 824M of the Mollies pack.

    829F of the Blacktail Plateau pack.

    832F of the Lamar Canyon pack.The 6-year-old gray wolf, a tourist favorite known as 832F, was the alpha female of Yellowstone's "highly visible" Lamar Canyon pack, according to the Times. She had been fitted with a GPS collar that allowed researchers to track her movements. According to the newspaper, she was the eighth wolf fitted with the collar to be shot during this year's hunting season.

    823F of the Junction Butte pack (sole collar).

    754M of the Lamar Canyon pack.

    762M and 763F of the Madison pack.

    793 of the Snake River pack.