A wolf collared as 1047M crossed the road and looks back to the road. The wolf is part of the Junction Butte pack in Yellowstone National Park.
Wolf 926F coming closer as she scouts the area for her pack, the Lamar Canyon pack, in Yellowstone National Park. 11/2016.
Former alpha female of the Canyon pack in Yellowstone National Park scouting her surroundings.
Wolf pack moving
Three members of the Lamar Canyon pack moving over rolling hills. 12/2016.
A photo taken on January 24th 2017 , with the famous 712M and the White Lady, in the lead.
This is wolf 926F running to her alpha male which had crossed the road. The Prospect Peak pack had come into their territory and left the Lamar Canyon pack scattered.
Alpha female of the Canyon pack, the White Lady, awaiting her offspring. Photo taken on January 24th 2017 in Yellowstone National Park.
The White Lady
Alpha female of the Canyon pack, commonly referred as 'The White Lady'.
Lamar Canyon female 926F looking over her shoulder while she waits for her pack to cross the road. Taken in April 2017.
Return to the carcass
A wolf of the Mollies pack returns to a month's old carcass to chew some bones.
Eyes through the trees
Young black wolf of the Wapiti Lake pack. Fall 2017.
Moving through snow
Canyon pack's alpha female, 'The White Lady', moving her way through the snow.
Canyon pack's alpha female, commonly known as 'The White Lady', just coming off a fresh carcass.
Lamar Canyon pack
The Lamar Canyon pack moving in line through the white slopes of Yellowstone National Park. Members 926F, 949M, 'Husky Black', 'Small Dot', and 'Little Tee'. 12/2016.
Dying wolf living his last days.
Canyon pack's alpha female, 'The White Lady', moves on after scouting the area for missing pack members.
Canyon pack's alpha female, The White Lady, crossing the road in January 2017.
Lamar Canyon wolf 'Dot' showing his stinging eyes.
A gray wolf in Yellowstone National Park moving of the a fresh layer of snow. This wolf was collared as 965M.
Wolf 949M feeding from bison carcass.
Where's my pack?
926F of the Lamar Canyon pack
Canyon pack's alpha female, the White Lady.
A gray wolf in Yellowstone National Park who just woke up from a nap and makes its steps through the snow. The wolf was collared as 965M.
Canyon pack's alpha male, collared as 712M, look back after leading his pack across the road.
Bringing him in
The black wolf (known as 'Little T') tries to bring in former alpha male 965M back to the Lamar Canyon pack. This attempt fails eventually, as the three male wolves of the pack run the intruder off.
On the road
Canyon pack's alpha female, 'The White Lady', used the road to cover great distances in Yellowstone.
Lamar Canyon pack's alpha female 926F looking back after crossing the road.
A pup of the Wapiti Lake pack approached a pullout where several cars were parked, only coming to realize the rest of the pack is moving the opposite direction.
Black wolves and magpie
Three black wolves of the Wapiti Lake pack standing on top of a hill contemplating a next move.
Black and white black wolves
Two black wolves of the Wapiti Lake pack looking down from a hill.
Along the trees
Wolf 926F trods through deep snow, along the trees
A deep snow walk
Wolf 926F trods through deep snow.
Wolf 926F crossed the road, and started looking for her pack. They wouldn't cross like she did, and the morning ended with a symphony of howls.
Through the trees
A wolf of the Wapiti Lake pack moves through the trees, always aware of its surroundings. Taken in March 2018.
Wolf escapes from a pack chasing him.
Looking at mom
The wolf behind the rock, known as 'Little T', looks to her mother, collared as 926F.
Wolf collared as 1047M of the Junction Butte pack suddenly appears from the sage and makes a run for the road. Taken in April of 2017.
Face to face
A wolf in Yellowstone showing its bright eyes and shedding fur coat. This is the wolf collared as 1048M, member of the Junction Butte pack. Photo taken in May 2018.
No collar more
This is the famous wolf that previously was collared as 926F. Former alpha female of the Lamar Canyon pack, and daughter of one Yellowstone's most famous wolves '06'. This photo was taken some days after she first lost her collar.
A wolf of the Wapiti Lake pack finds its way through the trees, following its pack. Taken in March 2018.