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Yellowstone’s Ambassadors Make the Trip

Next week members of the Wolf Conservation Center’s education team will be heading to Yellowstone National Park with some friends to meet up with the folks from Traqueur de loups de Yellowstone for a week of wildlife watching. Last year’s summer adventure exceeded everyone’s expectations, even those who have frequented the park in years past! We spotted so many critters it will be tough for the crew to match last year’s robust catalog. To view our list, please click “More” Suite…
Cerf mulet
Mouflon d'Amérique
Chèvre de montagne
Loutre de rivière
Ours noir
Marmotte à ventre jaune
Le moins Chipmunk
Écureuil roux
Truite fardée
Serpent (non identifié)
Grand Héron
Pygargue à tête blanche
Grue du Canada
Merlebleu azuré
Buse de Swanson
Canard roux
Canard aux yeux d'or
Hirondelles à front blanc
Martinets ramoneurs
Petit Fuligule
Ourse américaine/Ouzel
Pluvier kildir
Bernache du Canada
Cygne trompette
Carouge à épaulettes
Vacher à tête brune

Yellowstone Wolf Tracker’s Nathan and Linda are phenomenal guides and with their help this year’s adventurer’s will be blown away. Nathan and Linda are among a special group of Yellowstone “Ambassadors,” wonderful folks who can’t help but enhance the thrill one feels when beholding the country’s oldest national park. Rick McIntyre of the National Parks Service,Yellowstone’s own “wolf man”, is another legendary figure in the park. Since the reintroduction of wolves in the mid 1990s, McIntyre has yet to miss a day of wolf watching. His dedication keeps him busy but he always makes himself available to educate visitors about the park he calls home. Check out this great video of McIntyre giving the students of Bozeman, MT’s Sacajawea Middle School a history lesson about Yellowstone Wolves. Big thanks to Dave Hornoff of for sharing this clip! Enjoy 🙂

Yellowstone Wolf History with Rick McIntyre de Dave Hornoff sur Viméo.