Hiking up through the Rose Creek area, looking back at Lamar Valley
Carter Niemeyer in front of the original pen in Rose Creek which housed the first wolves brought into Lamar Valley for reintroduction ten years ago.
Dave, volunteer with Yellowstone Association, and two leading wolf experts: Rick McIntyre, National Park Service, Nathan Varley, wildlife biologist
at Buffalo Ranch with Rodger Schlickeisen, President and CEO, Defenders of Wildlife
Listening to Nathan Varley and Carter Niemeyer share their first-hand experiences what it was like to view the Rose Creek pack through these fences before they were released to the wild.
Nathan Varley sharing examples of "trophic cascade" in Lamar Valley
Mark Johnson instructing on how to make casts of wildlife prints
Mark Johnson sharing how to make casts from wildlife prints
contributed by Linda Seaman
Agate black adolescent wolf on left in circle, gray adolescent with Male 113 on right. Through spotting scope, contributed by Linda Seaman
Male 113 on left, two wolf pups on right, through spotting scope. Contributed by Linda Seaman
Male 113 observed through spotting scope, resting after feeding pups. Contributed by Linda Seaman