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Commemorating #25YearsOfWolves

We’ll broadcast on Facebook Live each Tuesday in March at 11am MST to share what our biologists have learned about wolves in the last 25 years and answer questions.

  • March 3: Senior Wildlife Biologist Doug Smith will recap the significant events that led to the reintroduction of wolves to Yellowstone.
  • March 10: Wildlife Biologist Dan Stahler and Wildlife Research Associate Kira Cassidy will highlight scientific discoveries learned over the last 25 years.
  • March 17: Retired Wolf Interpreter Rick McIntyre and Senior Wildlife Biologist Doug Smith will tell stories from the field about how wolves have impacted the visitor experience.
  • March 24: Wildlife Research Associate Kira Cassidy and Wildlife Biologist Dan Stahler will talk about the global impact of reintroduction.
  • March 31: Senior Wildlife Biologist Doug Smith will look to the future and discuss the relationship between wolves and people.

Wolf photos and videos are also availble in the News Media album on our park Flickr page.

A pack of wolves running across a snowy field

Wolf Management

Learn more about wolf management in Yellowstone and review annual reports.

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Wolf Q & As

Watch the park's wolf biologist answer some questions about wolves in Yellowstone.

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Gray Wolf

Gray wolves, restored in 1995, freely roam the park.


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Yellowstone's social media team goals are 1) to share authoritative and educational information about park resources, interpretive themes, conditions, employees, incidents, and projects, and 2) to build a vibrant virtual community of stewards and provide opportunities for that community to interact with park employees and each other.

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