Nature: Wolves of Yellowstone 

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Watch the majestic wolves of Yellowstone National Park. Videographer: Justin Grubb.
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Feb 21, 2021




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James Richardson
James Richardson 8 days ago
Lamar or Hayden Valley?
Susan Rosene
Susan Rosene 9 days ago
Some of my happiest experiences were spent visiting Yellowstone..a treasure of wildlife but especially the wolves.
Indigo Wolf
Indigo Wolf 10 days ago
B G 11 days ago
Amazing. Love to see this.
Pete 12 days ago
Which one is the Alpha? The all white one ?
Sue Ojeda
Sue Ojeda 12 days ago
And it makes me sad the dept of natural resources is allowing a wolf hunt in Wisconsin I live near Milwaukee and it’s in the northern most part of the state 😢😢
darkexcalibur87 12 days ago
There is just something so special about wolves. We should be protecting them at all costs.
Brian T
Brian T 12 days ago
I spend each July in Yellowstone, I can't wait until I retire so I can spend an early spring in such a beautiful land.
KingDevin 12 days ago
What happened Wolf eat news man
plumeria66 13 days ago
Majestic, proud, and free.
Shari 13 days ago
I helped get the wolves back in Yellowstone. I wrote letters. Made phone calls. They are majestic, beautiful creatures. Apex predators. That are truly needed for a healthy ecosystem. 💜💜💜💜💜 Pisses me off that they are horribly hunted in states like Alaska.
darkexcalibur87 12 days ago
Thank you for doing all that. ❤❤ We (and the wolves) need more people like you!
Twat Rags
Twat Rags 13 days ago
I love wolves.
Sneaker Love
Sneaker Love 13 days ago
Beautiful 🤩
dragons* 88
dragons* 88 14 days ago
divinenergy: you can't re-introduce a animal from a completely different area & pack & genetics & then call it re-introduced. Our wolves that we already had before the Alaskan wolves were brought in were doing just fine then the new wolves ran our wolves off or killed them. Yes, we did have wolves any rancher would tell you. I'd seen them at the edge of our property before the outside wolves were brought in. Unless you live here & know what you're talking about you should just keep your mouth shut !
Steve H
Steve H 12 days ago
The wolves came from Canada not Alaska.
Jane Lightning
Jane Lightning 14 days ago
Wolves are the Healers of the land & should be protected.
Pete 14 days ago
Who let the dogs out?
Bruce Gelman
Bruce Gelman 14 days ago
Makes life worth living...
Tony Pitsacota
Tony Pitsacota 14 days ago
CBS Sunday Morning: For the viewer who prefers their head in the sand.
JJ Butter beans
JJ Butter beans 14 days ago
Elaborate please.
Sharon Parkhill
Sharon Parkhill 14 days ago
Lauren Caulton
Lauren Caulton 14 days ago
These creatures were here first.
Kate 14 days ago
It's wonderful to see such a large pack looking so healthy!
Hope, health , happiness
Thank- you for this mini nature class every Sunday Morning!😊
John Harp
John Harp 14 days ago
So nice too see these majestic wolves in nature, but saddening that their only protected habitat has been reduced to a small patch of land with highway noise and an endless parade of gawking humans. Here in Oregon, cattle trample the forest with barbwire criss-crossed everywhere and Federal officers take to the air to decimate entire families of wolves, among other animals. It’s not enough we consume all fertile grass land, but we continue to encroach on the habitat of millions of species. If we don’t respect nature, and soon, we will all perish. ✌️
J D Wilder
J D Wilder 14 days ago
These are the true stewards of Yellowstone! If ever there was a true call of the wild, that howl is it!
Jonyblaine 14 days ago
My malamute would look so funny next to him with his floppy ears.
auburn2234 14 days ago
Are these the Wapiti Pack in the Lamar Valley area of Yellowstone?
auburn2234 11 days ago
@mike awesome I thought it was. My husband and I had the pleasure to see the Wapiti pack a few weeks ago.
mike 13 days ago
Yes. The white wolf is the alpha female
Raspberry Dove-Ali
Raspberry Dove-Ali 14 days ago
"NOW this is the Law of the Jungle - as old and as true as the sky; And the Wolf that shall keep it may prosper, but the Wolf that shall break it must die. As the creeper that girdles the tree-trunk the Law runneth forward and back - For the strength of the Pack is the Wolf, and the strength of the Wolf is the Pack..."
Nancy Kahn
Nancy Kahn 14 days ago
Such beautiful, intelligent creatures...
David Ellis
David Ellis 14 days ago
The 🐺 are amazing !
Margo 14 days ago
Chasing the crows. My dog loves to do that too.
Ka Roberts
Ka Roberts 14 days ago
@Margo I'm sure they do. Someone made observations about wolves activities. What they observed appeared to be the wolves using the birds to help spot prey. The birds get to feed too.
Margo 14 days ago
@Ka Roberts My dog does it for fun. When I saw the lone wolf chasing birds it reminded me of my dog. Animals of all species play, don't they?
Ka Roberts
Ka Roberts 14 days ago
I believe they hunt together.
TheRoute To
TheRoute To 14 days ago
Wow this is nice.
lex johnson
lex johnson 14 days ago
Yellowstone wouldn’t be Yellowstone without these guys..literally 😂❤️
Christi Thomas
Christi Thomas 9 days ago
If they had not been killing them all those years there wouldn’t be so many
Christi Thomas
Christi Thomas 9 days ago
They’ve changed the way rivers flow for th better
StephCurtis2142 C
StephCurtis2142 C 12 days ago
It’s a shame that thirty years ago it was Yellowstone without them
divineenergy 14 days ago
Wolves belong in Yellowstone. I remember living in the area when they reintroduced the beautiful wolves back into the wild and a lot of Ranchers and others didn't want them there hunting their animals and livestock on their land. We all have rights! Animals have rights too! May the Wolves always thrive and run free in Yellowstone. 💗
Marcia Watkins
Marcia Watkins 14 days ago
Yes, they belong. It’s their heritage.
Terry JP
Terry JP 14 days ago
so the rancher must accept monetary losses do to Wolfe kills.OK, People like you should pay them for every cow a wolfe kills, seem fair? my guess you wouldn't keep your end of the bargain. why you say, your a Liberal.
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