Three YNP wolves killed by Montana hunters


MAMMOTH HOT SPRINGS, Wyo. – Three Yellowstone National Park wolves were killed by Montana hunters during the first week of the state’s wolf hunting season, YNP wolf biologists report.

The park’s Junction Butte Pack, which is the most viewed wolf pack in the world, lost three of its 27 wolves. The death of two female pups and one female yearling was confirmed by multiple overflights conducted by the park.

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