Yellowstone’s Wolf 1228F considered ‘a survivor

From Buckrail:

JACKSON, Wyo. — Wolf 1228F in Yellowstone National Park (YNP) is notable for her resiliency throughout a life that biologists have observed as being particularly challenging.

According to Kira Cassidy, research associate with the Yellowstone Wolf Project, 1228F has been observed for her entire life, nearly five years. Born to the Junction Butte pack in 2019, 1228F’s mother, Wolf 969F, was a subordinate female in the pack while 1228F’s aunt, 907F, was and continues to be the alpha today at almost 11 years old.


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