Yellowstone Wolf Project Report 2016 (U.S. National Park Service)

1 Aug 2017 ... Pack size in 2016 ranged from 3 to 18 (table 1), averaging 9.8 in size. Park-wide, 36 pups survived to year end, 16 in northern Yellowstone and ...

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Yellowstone Wolf Project Report 2016 (U.S. National Park Service)

1 Aug 2017 ... Pack size in 2016 ranged from 3 to 18 (table 1), averaging 9.8 in size. Park-wide, 36 pups survived to year end, 16 in northern Yellowstone and ...

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25 Apr 2019 ... Series: Yellowstone Science - Volume 24 Issue 1: Celebrating 20 Years of Wolves. Article. Yellowstone Wolf Facts. Yellowstone National Park.

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