Observations: September 1 - October 31, 2014
The months of September and October 2014 were active for wildlife viewers traveling in Yellowstone's Lamar Valley.
- How many times were wolves observed during the month and where were the park visitors standing?
- The map below shows the total count.
- Note that each day can be counted twice - once in the a.m. and once in the p.m. If a wolf was observed at a location every day, both morning and evening, the tally would be 60 for September.
- Some locations near a wolf rendezvous site were as high as 19 for the month!
- Click on a map symbol and a popup window will display the name of the location and the number of observations of wolves, brown bear, elk, black bear and carcasses.
- Yellowstone Reports publishes descriptions of wolf activity, authored by naturalists. Access to the reports is available for a modest annual subscription fee of $20. A portion of the proceeds from subscriptions is donated to the Yellowstone Association's Guardian program, the Yellowstone Wolf Project through the Yellowstone Park Foundation, and Yellowstone Country Guardians.