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Chris Wilmers

Chris Wilmers is a graduate student at Berkeley.

Diary: In Yellowstone Park

Chris Wilmers, 7 February 2002

In winter​ there is only one road open to traffic in Yellowstone Park. As it moves east to west through the wide valleys of the Park’s northern range, it crosses the territories of a number of grey wolves. The wolves live in packs – family groups – consisting of a dominant breeding pair and their subordinate offspring. The breeders (‘alphas’) and a few of their...

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