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Photo Wolf Pack Photographer Caption Location Notes Date taken Date added/updated
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 female and 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.2018-11-082018-11-08
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
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
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
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 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
UnknownPanzer GnauckThe Wapiti's were just West of Elk Creek when this unknown wolf engaged them with howls.Just South of Yancy's Hole.It appeared this wolf was intent on exchanging howls with the nearby Wapiti Lake pack. They did not join up, and the wolf settled down again in Yancy's. I have no knowledge of this wolf's history, however I did find fresh tracks from another wolf pack leaving this area.2018-03-262018-04-11
UnknownWapiti Lake PackLinda CarneyTaken while on a snowcoach tour in park.Gibbon MeadowWhile on a snowcoach tour, we spotted this pack high on a ridge. We followed from the road and pulled ahead hoping they would come out of the trees. Our wish was granted, 16 of them eventually emerged along the creek.2018-02-152018-04-02
926FLamar Canyon PackGloria StraubeLamars napping in the snowLamar ValleyAfter napping for 3 hours, The Lamar Canyons 926F, Little T & Dot stretch in the snow.2018-01-252018-09-13
Little TLamar Canyon PackGloria StraubeLittle T following her mom 926FLamar ValleyLittle T and 926F trotting in the Snow2018-01-252018-09-13
926FLamar Canyon PackGloria Straube926F sleeping in the snowLamar Valley926F digs her bed in the snow before taking a long nap.2018-01-252018-09-13
926FLamar Canyon PackGloria StraubeLittle T and 926FLamar ValleyMother and daughter duo, 926F and Little T, trotting away from a nap in the middle of winter, January 2018.2018-01-252018-09-13
White FemaleWapiti Lake PackCurt HowellWhite Alpha Leads her pack into battleMadison RiverA fresh layer of snow created the perfect setting. The WLP was hunting two bull elk on this morning. I believe the collared grey is 1091F, her oldest daughter, who sadly was trampled presumably by a bison two days later. On this day the elk were successful in their defense and who knows if they had been successful they would likely not have been hunting bison two days later. But that is not how it turned out. Overall we spent about 2.5 hours watching this pack work the two bulls who were on the opposite shore of the Madison River. The bulls held their ground and would not run and finally the pack gave up. The most we ever saw at one time was 10 but saw 13 different pack members. In a word Awesome!2018-01-202018-07-07
White FemaleWapiti Lake PackStacy HowellLeading the pack on a huntAlong the Madison RiverHunting with the pack along the Madison River2018-01-202018-02-19
White FemaleWapiti Lake PackCurt HowellWapiti Lake Pack Hunting Elk on the Madison River7 mile bridge Madison RiverWe found the WLP hunting two bull elk above the Madison River just West of 7 mile bridge. 9 members can be seen here (although at times you could see 10) and another 6 members were running down the road. Two of which were seen coming back around and heading up onto the hunt. Both elk appeared to have some injuries from a previous encounter but both stood their ground and did not run. The wolves had pack members stationed above and to both sides and howled at the elk and had pack members push close but they still would not budge. Finally they gave up the hunt after about 2.5 hours.2018-01-202018-01-25
978FMollie's PackPanzer Gnauck9 of 13 Mollie's on a Bull Elk. Because 1013M and 978F were the only two grays collared at the time, I can identify them when I zoom in. They are the two to the left. 1013M is taller and heavier.Soda Butte CreekThe Mollie's had made one of their trips North. I believe Rick witnessed them take this bull elk just as the sun was coming up. A week later they took a mature bull bison West of this spot on the Lamar River.2017-12-082018-03-18
White FemaleWapiti Lake PackPanzer Gnauck7 Wapiti Lake Adults looking over the Yellowstone River at Roosevelt.Above Yellowstone River Bridge at Roosevelt.Most of the adults gathered on the hill above the river at sunrise. It is tough light because the sun is hitting the wolves on their backside, however it was nice to see them silhouetted. I took many shots of them on this ridge. It was interesting to see the White Female dictate events by raising her tail and allowing her scent to disperse.2017-11-182018-02-07
UnknownWapiti Lake PackPanzer GnauckTwo Wapiti Lake yearlings at sunrise.Ridge, North of Roosevelt.It was cool to see how brown the yearling black female was when the light is on her. The other grey yearling has some height too.2017-11-182017-12-29
Little TLamar Canyon PackPanzer GnauckDot and 926F were sneaking up on six bull moose at Round Prairie when Little T broke off with two smaller bulls.Round PrairieWe saw all three Lamar Canyons while turning around at Thunderer. We drove to Round Prairie and waited. I had my camera on timer with Dot, 926F, and two of the larger moose bulls. It was then that Little T gave chase. She eventually made contact with one bull. To have this all happen by ourselves, after seeing the entire Wapiti Pack earlier, was quite a treat and made for an excellent afternoon.2017-11-152017-12-05
1091FWapiti Lake PackPanzer Gnauck1091F frames herself with ravens and hides her collar at the same time.RooseveltAll 20 Wapiti Lake wolves had been on an elk kill at Roosevelt.2017-11-152017-12-05
926FLamar Canyon PackSarah Denner926F Pauses in a Field Below Barronette PeakBelow Barronette Peak at the Barronette Cross Country Ski TrailFemale 926F and an all black wolf crossed the road, paused in this field to look back at the couple cars that had stopped, and headed northwest towards Barronette peak.2017-11-072017-12-05
926FLamar Canyon PackSarah Denner926F Pauses in a Field Below Barronette PeakBelow Barronette Peak at the Barronette Cross Country Ski TrailFemale 926F and an all black wolf crossed the road, paused in this field to look back at the couple cars that had stopped, and headed northwest towards Barronette peak.2017-11-072017-12-05
UnknownPanzer GnauckBlack female adult wolf, with unknown current pack or birth pack.Lamar Valley @ Fisherman's.Both chases with contact had finished after a long fight. It was this moment where the wolf and elk met face to face. The elk kicked fiercely, but the brave wolf jumped up and caught it's throat. It was not successful penetrating the hide and was thrown. I have been around quite a few encounters like this over the years, but this might be my favorite photo do to the pure amount of wildness peaking at this particular second.2017-11-052017-11-07
UnknownPanzer GnauckAdult female unknown black in the Lamar.Lamar Valley @ Fisherman's.This wolf had just emerged from the water after latching on to the rear leg of a young cow elk. It was finally thrown, but it held on for about 200-300 yards. Later the wolf would attack again. I will try to show this in other photos taken about an hour later.2017-11-052017-11-06
UnknownPanzer GnauckAn hour after this adult female black wolf latched on to this elk the chase happened once more. This time the young cow made it out of the water, which initiated the wolf's response to pursue again.Lamar Valley @ Fisherman's.The wolf did make contact again in the water, but with much less impact this time.2017-11-052017-11-06