All photographs copyright (2003-2013) by Kris H. Light

This display of a wolf and coyote was in the Tetons National Park Visitor Center. There was a fox too, but it was out of range of this photo. We saw three wolves in the Elk Refuge eating the carcass of a dead elk. The best way to find wolves quickly is...
This display of a wolf and coyote was in the Tetons National Park Visitor Center. There was a fox too, but it was out of range of this photo. We saw three wolves in the Elk Refuge eating the carcass of a dead elk. The best way to find wolves quickly is to watch for ravens scavenging in the fields, the wolves will be nearby. The wolves come down from Yellowstone National Park, over 40 miles away. They were reintroduced into the park 11 years ago and are doing quite well. They help keep the ecosystem balanced by culling out the old or ill animals.

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