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By the Light of January's Wolf Moon

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Silouette of a howling wolf with a full moon in the background.

Icons of the wilderness, wolves howl across northern landscapes like Yellowstone National Park.

Credit: USFWS


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Image of a wolf watching for prey through a snow-covered forest.

On the lookout: A wolf watches for prey through a snow-covered forest.

Credit: USFWS


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Map showing territories of Yellowstone wolf packs in 2010.

The Blacktail. The Agate. The Silver. Yellowstone is home to several wolf packs.

Credit: Yellowstone National Park


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Image of wolves hunting an elk in Yellowstone's deep winter snows.

Wolves hunt an elk in Yellowstone's deep winter snows.

Credit: NPS/Dan Stahler


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Image of Yellowstone's Gibbon Pack greeting one another.

Members of Yellowstone's Gibbon Pack pause to greet one another.

Credit: NPS/Doug Smith


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Image of the Gibbon Pack taking cover in winter in a Yellowstone conifer forest.

The Gibbon Pack takes cover in winter in a Yellowstone conifer forest.

Credit: NPS/Doug Smith


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