Don't let the grizzlies' 'glass' go empty - Delisting the Grizzly Bear
On January 11, 2004 the collar from #217F began transmitting a mortality signal. Later that day (?) her bloody carcass was located at the bottom of a granite cliff near Buffalo Fork. The remainder of her pack, the Slough Creek pack were found feeding at an elk carcass...
No 41F--The last remaining introduced wolf dead: 2/17/04
Bears, not wolves killing more elk calves--research data 2004
Wolf Numbers Decline and elk getting older--December 2005
Soda Butte Female Dies
Druid Alpha Male #21 Missing, Feared Dead No. 21M, the alpha male with the Druid Pack came up missing earlier this summer. His radio collar had not worked in quite some time, so it was unknown if he had died or was just traveling at night. It appears that #253M, the...
Bruce Babbitt Bids Farewell
Defenders of Wildlife Payments To Ranchers From The Bailey Wildlife Foundation Wolf Compensation Trust Fund
Famous Druid Pack Female Found Dead 2/3/04 Information courtesy: Tonya Matthews, Ralph Maughan, and Rick McIntyre Druid Female #42F, the alpha female of the Druid Peak Pack has been discovered dead. Yellowstone Park wolf biologist Dan Stahler located #42’s...
Government Takes Flawed First Step Towards Stripping the Great Bear of Needed Protection
Future of grizzly bears in question because of more animals, less food
Bozeman Chronicle*Opinion By Todd Wilkinson How many grizzly bears are alive today in the greater Yellowstone ecosystem? Between 400 and 600, says the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Many more than in the mid 1980s. Enough to soon move forward with taking the...
Alpha Male #8M Found Dead
Number 40F, Alpha Female Killed