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FrannieBuescher (2015). Yellowstone Wolf Pack Areas [Dataset]. https://hub.arcgis.com/maps/046d7c53c01e40338a069161b7dac430

Yellowstone Wolf Pack Areas

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Jun 19, 2015
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FrannieBuescher
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After the release of wolves back into Yellowstone National Park in 1995 and 1996, the various packs have continued to change and move to different locations and different groups. The Yellowstone Wolf: Project Citizen Science collects information from park visitors, photographers and regular wolf watchers. With the help from citizens this project has been able to collect general information and monitor the whereabouts of many wolves throughout Yellowstone. This information includes date sited, location, ID of wolf, pack composition, individual histories and if individuals are infected with sarcoptic mange (mite infection causing hair loss). Pooling this information conveniently into one online location creates an educational tool for wolf enthusiasts. Over the years the location and composition of each pack has changed dramatically but the population of wolves in Yellowstone has increased since they were reintroduced to Yellowstone. A rising issue with currently wolf pack movement is that they do not understand political and human made boundaries. As the wolves move farther out of Yellowstone the more likely the wolves are to be hunted or gunned down by ranchers to protect their own livelihoods. The area represented in blue displays the areas of legal wolf hunting surrounding Yellowstone for 2014. The Yellowstone Delta pack is starting to branch into this area. There are also areas of possibly new packs that are coming closer to the boarder of Yellowstone, such as Bechler, Snake River, and Clear Creek areas. This could create possible issue with Ranchers and health of wolf populations. To learn more about these territories follow the link: http://www.yellowstonewolf.org/index.php Become a Citizen Scientists yourself by contributing information on their site!

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