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The Yellowstone Wolves, the First Year

The First Year

by Gary Ferguson

  • 51 Want to read
  • 6 Currently reading

Published by Falcon .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nature/Ecology,
  • Individual Species Of Mammals,
  • Nature,
  • Animals,
  • Wildlife,
  • Dogs,
  • General,
  • Mammals,
  • Travel / United States / West / Mountain (AZ, CO, ID, MT, NM, UT, WY)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8616542M
    ISBN 101560445009
    ISBN 109781560445005

    At Yellowstone National Park Lodges, you’re invited to discover or rediscover the magic of the world’s first national park, Yellowstone. As proud stewards of the park and this truly extraordinary American wonder, we’ll help you find your ultimate Yellowstone experience—all while working to protect and preserve the park for future generations. The Yellowstone wolves: the first year. [Gary Ferguson] NetLibrary An electronic book accessible through the World Wide Web; click for information. Online access - 1 simultaneous user # Wolves--Yellowstone National .

      This month, we've celebrated that event. We're going to finish it off in the year with a publication of our book Yellowstone Wolves: Science and Discovery in the World's First National Park as a finishing touch, but that will be much more detailed and in depth. Here we sit with the frosty grip of winter still on us. Wolves love the cold, the snow. There is a special chart included in the book for Janu that represents 25 years of charting Yellowstone wolves (Janu was the date the first reintroduced wolf was carried under the Roosevelt Arch in Yellowstone National Park), encapsulating a quarter century of the greatest wildlife experiment and conservation effort!

    Documentation of Yellowstone wolves for the public began in with the book, Discovering Yellowstone Wolves: Watcher's Guide (J. Halfpenny and D. Thompson). This book showed individual wolves and their packs including the history of individual wolves. Details about the first year of wolf life in Yellowstone along with maps is included.   Yellowstone is the world's oldest national park and one of the first UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Wolves were well established here when the park was created back in But people have since.


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The Yellowstone Wolves, the First Year by Gary Ferguson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Subtitled "The First Year", Ferguson's book follows the lives of the first wolves reintroduced to Yellowstone National Park from Alberta, Canada The Yellowstone Wolves The process was a long time coming. A wolf recovery team was created in by the U.S.

Fish and Wildlife Service, but efforts to reintroduce the wolf were continually stagnated by the public /5. The Yellowstone Wolves: The First Year Paperback – May 1, by Gary Ferguson (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings. See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from /5(4). When the introduction of Wolves into Yellowstone National Park first occured in /96 many books the First Year book celebrating and philosophizing the environmental and social effects of that success.

Now, eight years later comes this wonderful book that not only looks at the success of the Yellowstone experiment, but also at those pioneering Wolves Cited by:   A new book, Yellowstone Wolves: Science and Discovery in the World’s First National Park, due out through the University of Chicago Press inwill share what the park has learned with a broader audience.

Equally important to the future of wolves is the funding to maintain these initiatives. Dear Yellowstone Wolf Supporter, As most of you know, I started working in Yellowstone in the spring ofthe year before the park reintroduced wolves. I worked in the Interpretation Division and all my talks were about wolves and the proposed wolf reintroduction.

My title was Wolf Interpreter. The history of wolves in Yellowstone Byas a result of federal and state predator control efforts, gray wolves (Canis lupus) were officially extirpated from Yellowstone National Park, WY.

In the ensuing decades, our understanding of large predators and their role in healthy ecosystems changed, and Northern Rocky Mountain wolves were. Get this from a library. The Yellowstone wolves: the first year. [Gary Ferguson] -- Naturalist Gary Ferguson charts wolf reintroduction in the nation's first national park.

Yellowstone National Park was once home to an abundance of wild wolves-but park rangers killed the last of their kind in the s. Decades later, the rangers brought them back, with the first wolves arriving from Canada in /5.

She became a media star, one of the most visible wolves in Yellowstone at a moment when the rise of social media coincided with wolf-watching as a pastime in the park, where it generates an Author: Rick Bass. The northern range of Yellowstone is one of the best places in the world to watch wolves.

Size and Behavior. 26–36 inches tall at the shoulder, four to six feet long from nose to tail tip. Males weigh – pounds, females weigh 80– pounds. Home range within the park is – square miles (– km 2); varies with pack size.

end of the year and pup survival for those packs with mul-tiple litters was %. Of the minimum 61 pups produced in all packs, 42 (%) pups survived to the end of the year.

Wolves often travel single file when in snow - unless of course, you are a pup (first wolf in line and flanking white female.) Wapiti Lake pack in Hayden Valley in late. Yellowstone Wolves: the First 20 Years Wolves of Yellowstone On The Hunt National Geographic Recommended for you.

Wolves of. Unfortunately, the Yellowstone wolves fell prey to the extensive predator elimination programs of the late ’s and early ’s. The last wolf to be shot in Yellowstone was killed in Despite much opposition, the gray wolf was finally reintroduced to Yellowstone National Park 69.

May these beautiful wolves, and wolves everywhere, live long healthy natural wild lives. “WE SAW WOLVES!!!” FOOTNOTE: This year,marks the 25th Anniversary of the wolf’s reintroduction into Yellowstone National Park. Not only have wolves prospered within the park, but the entire ecosystem of Yellowstone has benefited from the wolf.

Buy a cheap copy of The Wolves of Yellowstone (Wildlife) book by Douglas W. Smith. Inhistory was made as 14 gray wolves were transported from the Canadian wilderness and released in Yellowstone National Park.

5/5(4). Wolf watchers spend some $35 million a year in the Yellowstone area. “This has been nothing short of a sensation for the public,” said Dr. Yellowstone Wolves Rick McIntyre arrived at Yellowstone National Park injust a few years after the nation’s first national park celebrated its centennial.

He’s held several titles since then, but none have been more satisfying than the one he enjoyed for well over a decade: biological technician for the Yellowstone Wolf Project. Yellowstone National Park was once home to an abundance of wild wolves—but park rangers killed the last of their kind in the s.

Decades later, the rangers brought them back, with the first wolves arriving from Canada in This is the incredible true story of one of those wolves. June through September Lodging - 6 Months to 1 Year in Advance.

Each January, people's thoughts turn to planning a summer vacation. The reality is that by the end of January most summer campgrounds, hotels and cabins inside Yellowstone are already booked.

August is an especially busy time for the park, bringing close totourists in a. Actual wolf reintroduction took only two years, not five, and cost only about $, for both Yellowstone and Idaho combined ($, in the first year and $, in the second year). The wisdom of wolves: Enchanting new book reveals how they care for their elderly, play with their young, and always put family first in a valley in Yellowstone Park, I watched a two-year-old.

First and foremost, Yellowstone had way more elk than it could reasonably accommodate. Wolves brought that number back down to what it historically had been prior to Europeans arriving in Yellowstone.Release of the Yellowstone wolves did not begin until late March of that year.

March is still very winter-like inside Yellowstone National Park. When the 3 Yellowstone packs were released, at first they didn’t move far; but then they made wide explorations, which .