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Biologists track the location and number of denning wolves

[large thumbnail url=”biologists-track-the-location-and-number-of-denning-wolves” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”05″ day=”21″] [thumbnail icon url=”biologists-track-the-location-and-number-of-denning-wolves” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”05″ day=”21″] Biologists using aircraft to look for radio-collared wolves say more than 20 wolf packs in northwest Wyoming have likely denned, including five in the Jackson Hole area.

Most recently, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Wyoming wolf management coordinator Mike Jimenez found probable den sites for the Phantom Springs and Pacific Creek packs, both located in or near the northern part of Grand Teton National Park. Other local packs that have denned are the Buffalo, Antelope and Pinnacle packs.

Elsewhere in Wyoming, the Absaroka, Beartooth, Chagrin River, Hoodoo and Sunlight packs appear to have moved to denning sites. Between nine and 11 packs in Yellowstone National Park have also denned…

Read the entire article on the jhnewsandguide.com Web site: Wolf packs denning throughout region

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