2008 – A tough year for Yellowstone wolves
The wolf population dropped by 27% last year in Yellowstone National Park. While wildlife biologists say the decline is a natural occurance and the recovery program launched in 1995 has indeed succeeded, this past year was tough for the park’s keystone predators.
Read more. Wolf numbers decline in Yellowstone in 2008 By Cory Hatch. Jackson Hole Daily.