The wolf is the largest member of the canine family. Gray wolves range in color from grizzled gray to black to all white. They are ancestors of domestic dogs and once ranged throughout all of North America but were exterminated in most areas of the United States by the mid 1930’s. Today their range has been reduced to Canada, Alaska, and a few small pockets in the lower 48 states. In 1995, the Gray Wolf was reintroduced back to Yellowstone National Park.
I watched this wolf, along with several of his pack mates, just before Easter in April 2012. He, along with a black, very pregnant female, had made their way up to the Northfork Highway from the river. They stood for a little while, watching me watching them, then started howling at their pack mates that were still down on the river. Just as quickly as they appeared from the river bottom, they disappeared, like ghosts, into the snowy afternoon. They are true survivors and represent everything that is good about “the wild” in Wyoming. I hope that we will someday learn to appreciate these canines and pay them the respect they deserve.
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