IN WOLVES SAD HOUR WE REMEMBER AND CELEBRATE THE RETURN OF A LEGEND TO YELLOWSTONE

large wolf pack

As we sit sadly by, wolves are being killed in Montana and Idaho. But on this day I want to remember their home coming to Yellowstone, fourteen years ago.

Watch the reintroduction, as National Geographic and Doug Smith, tell the story of Yellowstone’s Wolves and the formation of the Druid Peak Pack.

A LEGEND RETURNS TO YELLOWSTONE: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC:

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Videos: Courtesy to National Geographic
 
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Bringing Wolves Home: Ed Bangs
Wolf Recovery Coordinator
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  
 yellowstone wolf runnintg
 
“Wolves are a top-line predator. They have a major influence…”
 
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/wolves/bangs.html
 
 
 
Categories posted in: Yellowstone wolves, biodiversity, wolf recovery
 
 Tags: wolf recovery, Yellowstone wolves, Druid Peak Pack

 

 photo: Wikimedia Commons
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  1. A deep thank you,Nabeki.

    • Your welcome Rita,
      I can’t watch it enough. It shows how much people like Doug Smith and others have invested in bringing these animals home. What a tribute to the beloved Druids!!

      For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

  2. i love wolfs i feel bad they kill wolfs murder wolfs ): one day i help them when i get more older

    • Hi christopher,

      Thank you so much for writing and speaking out for wolves. We need young people like yourself to care about the environment and especially persecuted animals like wolves. You and your generation are the future of this country. I know the wolves will welcome any help you can give them.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,

      Nabeki

  3. Me too. Thank you Nabeki. I’ve seen photos of the translocation and the care of reintroduced wolves in Yellowstone Reports but not the National Geographic documentaries. I watched them while I worked. I saw a wolf that looked like my Bodhi. They play with such joy. I think that’s why wolves are the target of hate. Sports hunters can’t help needing to kill.They are weak. Wolves have what they have not. Bravery and love of life.
    CMM

    • coriolis…..You’re welcome. I always like to remember the great hope we all had, when wolves returned. Those were happier times. I so agree with you that hunters are jealous of wolves, they are hunting the hunters who are more accomplished, braver and full of life. They can’t stand it.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki


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