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Photo Wolf Pack Photographer Caption Location Notes Date taken Date added/updated
UnknownPanzer GnauckYearling or Adult Grey @ Elk CreekElk CreekJort and I waited for this one to cross the road. When it first appeared it was so quiet and graceful I nearly missed the whole thing. It stopped just at the edge and looked at us, before crossing.2019-02-282019-03-04
UnknownPanzer GnauckBlack pup @ Elk CreekElk CreekThis black pup headed South across the highway and then followed the old service road. I photographed it off my mirror with my hazard lights on. There were a pile of photographers that pushed it towards me. I was just happy it safely crossed.2019-02-282019-03-04
UnknownPanzer GnauckGrey Pup @ Elk CreekElk CreekI was just leaving Floating Island Lake when I saw a black running Northeast from the highway. When I got to the first Elk Creek pull-out a guide was there watching another grey and black. Four wolves total had taken a young cow elk. This pup was fascinated with four coyotes, especially the female in estrus. It ended up playing with them for a bit then ran straight at us.2019-02-282019-03-04
UnknownWapiti Lake PackAdam FahnestockWapiti Lake Pack on killBlacktail PondsWapiti Lake pack on a kill at Blacktail Ponds on the afternoon of November 26, 2018. Pack interacted with Eight Mile pack earlier in the day. This was the last known sighting of the white female, at least for the remaining duration of the early winter study.2018-11-262019-02-11
1106MWapiti Lake PackEllen BrandellWapitis feeding on cow bisonBlacktail Ponds14 Wapitis – including the White Female, 1014M, 1015M, 1105M, 1106M, and 1104F – feeding on cow bison at cow-calf double kill.2018-11-262019-01-30
White FemaleWapiti Lake PackEllen Brandell14 of the Wapitis on a cow/calf bison double killBlacktail Ponds14 Wapitis – including the White Female, 1014M, 1015M, 1105M, 1106M, and 1104F – near their cow-calf bison kills. All wolves look healthy!2018-11-262019-01-30
White FemaleWapiti Lake PackEllen BrandellWapitis walk up Everts after feeding on bisonBlacktail PondsWapitis – including the White Female, 1014M, 1015M, 1105M, 1106M, and 1104F – walk up Everts to rest after feeding on a bison cow-calf double kill at Blacktail Ponds.2018-11-262019-01-30
UnknownLamar Canyon PackPanzer GnauckThree of the Lamar Canyon pups.East of the Soda Butte Cone.Three of the four black pups stopped for me. I could not get the fourth black pup to come in to the frame, however it is behind the 3 at the base of the cottonwoods on the creek. That one was a little scared. It was interesting to watch both Little T and 926 kind of "Co-Mother" the pups. Dot just wanted to go hunting North of the road.2018-11-072018-11-19
Little TLamar Canyon PackPanzer GnauckLittle T howling at Dot,926F, and 4 Black Pups.Soda Butte Creek, East of the cone.After election night there wasn't much traffic in the Soda Butte corridor. The Lamar Canyons showed up headed out of the Aspens running towards the Soda Butte Cone. They decided to move a little East to cross the road. A few other people showed up right when Dot was crossing the road. 926 and Little T followed, but the pups wouldn't come.2018-11-072018-11-19
907FJunction Butte PackPanzer Gnauck10 of the 11 Junction Butte wolves.South of the Soda Butte Cone.996M is in the center of the photo. Going right one can barely see1048M, then 907F and 1047M. Finally, a grey and black pup. To the left of 996 is the big uncollared black. I had mistaken this one for a Mollie prior to the photo. Further left, 969F has her tail facing the camera, then it is another black pup followed by the limper. One black is not there. Would like to thank Ellen Brandell for clarifying what I was looking at. Because this pack briefly interacted with what I think was the Cub Creek group, I thought at first they were all Mollies.2018-10-302019-01-29
926FLamar Canyon PackGloria Straube926F introduces her pups to the WorldLamar ValleyOn Friday Oct 26, 2018. The much anticipated, long awaited pups of the Lamar Canyon Pack were finally introduced to the world. Here is 926F fiercely protecting 2 of the pups (some say twins) as they sit on a rock. This special day also included Little T, Dot and 3 other pups. 8 Lamars in total. Finally!2018-10-262019-01-30
926FLamar Canyon PackGloria Straube926f Brings her 2018 Pups out for the 1st timeLamar Valley926F standing behind the twin pups on a rock. Little T in the rear. The Lamar Canyon Pack (926F, Little T and Dot) introduce their much anticipated, much needed, much loved pups of the year for the first time. Confirmed 5 pups. Lamar Canyons are now a group of 8.2018-10-262018-10-30
Little TLamar Canyon PackGloria StraubeLamar Canyons and their 2018 pupsLamar ValleyThe Lamar Canyon Pack (926F, Little T and Dot) introduce their much anticipated, much needed, much loved pups of the year for the first time. Confirmed 5 pups. Lamar Canyons are now a group of 8.2018-10-262018-10-30
1105MWapiti Lake PackPanzer GnauckYearling grey of the Wapiti Lake Pack running East from Trout Creek.Trout Creek in Hayden Valley.Only two grey yearlings were collared from the Wapiti Lake Pack a little over a year ago. I am saying this is 1105M. Seems that this wolf is only like 80 pounds. Probably had to eat last quite often.2018-10-102019-03-08
UnknownWapiti Lake PackPanzer GnauckAnother 1 1/2 year old out of either 1091F or the White Alpha Female's den from the Spring of 2016.Trout Creek in Hayden Valley.This small group of yearlings was traveling East on Trout Creek. They all successfully crossed the road and joined up with 15 others of the Wapiti Lake Pack that were East of the Yellowstone River.2018-10-102018-11-20
UnknownWapiti Lake PackPanzer Gnauck2 Wapiti Lake Blacks and 4 Greys were traveling East along Trout Creek.Trout Creek in Hayden Valley.My guess is that this wolf is female out of either 1091F or the White Alpha Female's litters. This would make her 1 1/2 years old. The other black from that time is collared, so maybe one could identify it distinctly from the rest of the large pack.2018-10-102018-11-19
White FemaleWapiti Lake PackPanzer Gnauck21 Wapiti Lake Wolves @ Sunrise in Hayden.Just East of the Trout Creek and Yellowstone River confluence.9-Black, 11 Grey, and 1 White2018-10-102018-11-08
Little TLamar Canyon PackGloria StraubeLittle TLamar ValleyLittle T napping in the snow2018-09-132018-09-13
UnknownWapiti Lake PackMark BennettWapiti WolfNear Otter CreekA group of us was roughly half a mile west of where Otter Creek joins the Yellowstone River when he crossed a meadow going to the south.2018-09-122019-03-03
UnknownWapiti Lake PackMark BennettWapiti WolfNear Otter CreekA group of us was roughly half a mile west of where Otter Creek joins the Yellowstone River when he crossed a meadow going to the south.2018-09-122019-03-03
DotLamar Canyon PackBill EastwickSeen with 926F, on a hill, was barking and howling at photographer.NE Entrance Rd, north of Soda Butte, south of Trout Lake, at GPS coordinates 44*53'08.6"N, 110*08'40.4WTo use for educational purposes, please contact me for a high resolution photo.2018-07-232018-09-24
DotLamar Canyon PackBill EastwickSeen with 926F, on a hill, was barking and howling at photographer.NE Entrance Rd, north of Soda Butte, south of Trout Lake, at GPS coordinates 44*53'08.6"N, 110*08'40.4WTo use for educational purposes, please contact me for a high resolution photo.2018-07-232018-09-24
DotLamar Canyon PackBill EastwickSeen with 926F, on a hill, was barking and howling at photographer.NE Entrance Rd, north of Soda Butte, south of Trout Lake, at GPS coordinates 44*53'08.6"N, 110*08'40.4WTo use for educational purposes, please contact me for a high resolution photo.2018-07-232018-09-24
DotLamar Canyon PackBill EastwickSeen with 926F, on a hill, was barking and howling at photographer.NE Entrance Rd, north of Soda Butte, south of Trout Lake, at GPS coordinates 44*53'08.6"N, 110*08'40.4WTo use for educational purposes, please contact me for a high resolution photo.2018-07-232018-09-24
926FLamar Canyon PackBill EastwickSeen with Dot, walked right up to photographer.NE Entrance Rd, north of Soda Butte, south of Trout Lake, at GPS coordinates 44*53'08.6"N, 110*08'40.4WTo use for educational purposes, please contact me for a high resolution photo.2018-07-232018-09-24
926FLamar Canyon PackBill EastwickSeen with Dot, walked right up to photographer.NE Entrance Rd, north of Soda Butte, south of Trout Lake, at GPS coordinates 44*53'08.6"N, 110*08'40.4WTo use for educational purposes, please contact me for a high resolution photo.2018-07-232018-09-24
DotLamar Canyon PackBill EastwickSeen with 926F, on a hill, was barking and howling at photographer.NE Entrance Rd, north of Soda Butte, south of Trout Lake, at GPS coordinates 44*53'08.6"N, 110*08'40.4WTo use for educational purposes, please contact me for a high resolution photo.2018-07-232018-09-24
DotLamar Canyon PackBill EastwickSeen with 926, on a hill, was barking and howling at photographer.NE Entrance Rd, north of Soda Butte, sound of Trout Lake, at GPS coordinates 44*53'08.6"N, 110*08'40.4WTo use for educational purposes, please contact me for a high resolution photo.2018-07-232018-09-24
926FLamar Canyon PackBill EastwickSeen with Dot, walked right up to photographer.NE Entrance RD, north of Soda Butte, south of Trout Lake, at GPS coordinates 44*53'08.6"N, 110*08'40.4WTo use this photo for educational purposes, please contact me for high resolution images.2018-07-232018-09-24
926FLamar Canyon PackBill EastwickSeen with Dot, walked right up to photographer.NE Entrance RD, north of Soda Butte, south of Trout Lake, at GPS coordinates 44*53'08.6"N, 110*08'40.4WTo use this photo for educational purposes, please contact me for high resolution images.2018-07-232018-09-24
926FLamar Canyon PackBill EastwickSeen with Dot, walked right up to photographer.NE Entrance RD, north of Soda Butte, south of Trout Lake, at GPS coordinates 44*53'08.6"N, 110*08'40.4WTo use this photo for educational purposes, please contact me for high resolution images.2018-07-232018-09-24
926FLamar Canyon PackBill EastwickSeen with Dot, walked right up to photographer.NE Entrance RD, north of Soda Butte, south of Trout Lake, at GPS coordinates 44*53'08.6"N, 110*08'40.4WTo use this photo for educational purposes, please contact me for high resolution images.2018-07-232018-09-24
926FLamar Canyon PackBill EastwickSeen with Dot, walked right up to photographer.NE Entrance RD, north of Soda Butte, south of Trout Lake, at GPS coordinates 44*53'08.6"N, 110*08'40.4WTo use this photo for educational purposes, please contact me for high resolution images.2018-07-232018-09-24
926FLamar Canyon PackBill EastwickSeen with Dot, walked right up to photographer.NE Entrance RD, north of Soda Butte, south of Trout Lake, at GPS coordinates 44*53'08.6"N, 110*08'40.4WTo use this photo for educational purposes, please contact me for high resolution images.2018-07-232018-09-24
926FLamar Canyon PackBill EastwickSeen with Dot, walked right up to photographer.NE Entrance RD, north of Soda Butte, south of Trout Lake, at GPS coordinates 44*53'08.6"N, 110*08'40.4WTo use this photo for educational purposes, please contact me for high resolution images.2018-07-232018-09-24
DotLamar Canyon PackBill EastwickSeen with 926F, on a hill, barking and howling at photographer.NE Entrance RD, north of Soda Butte, south of Trout Lake, at GPS coordinates 44*53'08.6"N, 110*08'40.4WTo use this photo for educational purposes, please contact me for high resolution images.2018-07-232018-09-24
DotLamar Canyon PackBill EastwickSeen with 926F, on a hill, barking and howling at photographer.NE Entrance RD, north of Soda Butte, south of Trout Lake, at GPS coordinates 44*53'08.6"N, 110*08'40.4WTo use this photo for educational purposes, please contact me for high resolution images.2018-07-232018-09-24
UnknownJunction Butte PackScott BarteltWolf near Soda Butte, Lamar ValleyNear Soda Butte - Lamar ValleyWe saw this guy from the road. He was high on the bluff on the north side of the road and came to the bottom of the hill to retrieve the deer carcass. Other people reported that there was a wolf pup there a little earlier.2018-07-192018-07-21
UnknownJunction Butte PackScott BarteltWolf near Soda Butte, Lamar ValleyNear Soda Butte - Lamar ValleyWe saw this guy from the road. He was high on the bluff on the north side of the road and came to the bottom of the hill to retrieve the deer carcass. Other people reported that there was a wolf pup there a little earlier.2018-07-192018-07-21
White FemaleWapiti Lake PackSylvia WrightWhite-gray wolf in Hayden ValleyHayden Valley, at big turnout just south of Alum Creek, looking into small grove of trees to northeastArriving here at 4:30 a.m., I heard wolves howling on both sides of the road. At around 6:30 a.m., I saw two wolves emerge from the forest northwest of me and walk to the narrow part of the Yellowstone River. This white-gray wolf swam across, then ran through the thin trees, up the hill to my right, and disappeared. Then a black wolf with white marks on its chest stopped at the edge of the river and howled several times. Finally it swam the river and followed the other wolf. In about 10 minutes, I saw 11 wolves greeting one another at the edge of the woods southwest of me.2018-06-282019-02-26
UnknownSylvia WrightBlack wolf with white chest mark in Hayden ValleyHayden Valley, big turnout just southeast of Alum Creek, looking across Yellowstone RiverArriving here at 4:30 a.m., I heard wolves howling on both sides of the road. At around 6:30 a.m., I saw two wolves emerge from the forest northwest of me and walk to the narrow part of the Yellowstone River. A white-gray wolf swam across, then ran through the thin trees, up the hill to my right, and disappeared. Then this black wolf stopped at the edge of the river and howled several times. Finally it swam the river and followed the other wolf.2018-06-282019-02-25
926FLamar Canyon PackGloria Straube926F trotting near Soda ButteLamar Valley926F trotting near Soda Butte2018-06-012019-01-30
926FLamar Canyon PackGloria Straube926F Trotting near the Lamar RiverLamar Valley926F trotting towards her breakfast, an elk kill from the night before. Her and her mate, Dot eat for 30 minutes. Then disappeared in the sage.2018-06-012018-06-22
DotLamar Canyon PackGloria StraubeDot and 926F coming into an elk kill from the night beforeLamar ValleyDot and 926F coming into an elk kill from the night before. As they reached the leftovers, they ate together non-stop for 30 minutes. .2018-06-012018-06-05
1048MJunction Butte PackAshley Vestrand1048MNear Little AmericaAlmost solid black ears, greying around the mouth,2018-05-122018-12-14
1048MJunction Butte PackSuzi LonerganWe watched 1048M and 2 other wolves feed on a carcass. 1048M then trotted across the road while excited wolf watchers photographed this gorgeous animal.not sureThese wolves are absolutely fascinating. Their ability to trot at a consistently quick pace is astonishing.2018-05-122018-06-24
1048MJunction Butte PackPanzer Gnauck1048M was running slowly South of the road below Specimen Ridge. The photo was taken near Boulder.South of the road near Boulder.It is difficult at times to tell the difference between 1048M and 996M. While 996 and 1048 both have more black around their eyes and cheeks, 1048M has the greying muzzle and his collar is brown and bulkier. 996M's collar is white on both sides and is the GPS style.2018-05-122018-05-17
996MJunction Butte PackEric RudeAbout 30 m N of rd, moving west then southAlong NE Entrance Rd, about 1.5 mi E of Specimen Ridge TrailheadWe had seen a coyote just two minutes before. This wolf was moving alone to the west when we stopped to take pictures. After it saw us, it picked up the pace, then turned south to cross the road behind us and moved uphill into the trees.2018-04-112018-07-03
DotLamar Canyon PackJOHN MORRISONMale in pack of 3Just east of Soda ButteThis male was on south side of the road about 200 yards out and howling to the two females which were about a mile east in the hills napping.2018-04-102018-04-10
996MJunction Butte PackPanzer GnauckThe Junctions were running from the Mollie's.East of the Ranch.There was a HWY Loader parked just East of the Ranch. I parked behind it, while 996M and 1047M crossed the road headed towards the Lamar River. I did see a Grey to the left of me, along with a Black. This was after the first two wolves crossed the road. Later on 8 Junctions regrouped a little North of the Ranch.2018-03-302018-05-28