What started as a few dozen wolves has boomed to more than 300 packs comprising some 2,000 wolves, occupying territory that touches six states and stretches from the edge of the Great Plains to the forests of the Pacific Northwest.

This Nov. 7, 2017, photo released by the National Park Service shows a wolf in the road near Artist Paintpots in Yellowstone National Park, Wyo. Wolves have repopulated the mountains and forests of the American West with remarkable speed since their reintroduction 25 years ago, expanding to more than 300 packs in six states.

Jacob W. Frank/National Park Service via AP

This Nov. 7, 2017, photo provided by the National Park Service shows a wolf in Yellowstone National Park, Wyo. Wolves have repopulated the mountains and forests of the American West with remarkable speed since their reintroduction 25 years ago, expanding to more than 300 packs in six states.

Jacob W. Frank/National Park Service via AP

This Jan. 7, 2018, photo released by the National Park Service shows wolf tracks on Fountain Freight road in Yellowstone National Park, Wyo. Wolves have repopulated the mountains and forests of the American West with remarkable speed since their reintroduction 25 years ago, expanding to more than 300 packs in six states.

Jacob W. Frank/National Park Service via AP

This Jan. 24, 2018, photo released by the National Park Service shows wolves from the Wapiti Lake pack feeding on a dead bison in Yellowstone National Park, Wyo. Wolves have repopulated the mountains and forests of the American West with remarkable speed since their reintroduction 25 years ago, expanding to more than 300 packs in six states.

Jacob W. Frank/National Park Service via AP

This Jan. 24, 2018, photo released by the National Park Service shows a wolf from the Wapiti Lake pack silhouetted by a nearby hot spring in Yellowstone National Park, Wyo. Wolves have repopulated the mountains and forests of the American West with remarkable speed since their reintroduction 25 years ago, expanding to more than 300 packs in six states.

Jacob W. Frank/National Park Service via AP

Jeremy SunderRaj with the Yellowstone National Park wolf project holds his hand up to a cluster of wolf prints in the mud in the Slough Creek area of Yellowstone National Park, Wyo., Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020. Wolves have repopulated the mountains and forests of the American West with remarkable speed since their reintroduction 25 years ago, expanding to more than 300 packs in six states.

AP Photo/Matthew Brown

Continue Reading: Source Link

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here