I haven’t gathered any news about Yellowstone Park wolves lately due to pressing controversies, but Kathie Lynch told me that the surviving Haydens were seen about a month ago near the high bridge east of Mammoth — “1 gray adult, 2 gray pups, and everybody’s favorite black pup.”

I’ll try to get some news soon.

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Ralph Maughan

Dr. Ralph Maughan is professor emeritus of political science at Idaho State University with specialties in natural resource politics, public opinion, interest groups, political parties, voting and elections. Aside from academic publications, he is author or co-author of three hiking/backpacking guides, and he is past President of the Western Watersheds Project.

10 Responses to Haydens near Mammoth

  1. avatar Cindy says:

    That’s good to hear. Thanks for the update and we all hope to hear from Kathie soon!

  2. avatar Chuck says:

    Am glad to hear they are doing well.

  3. avatar April Clauson says:

    go to the Yellowstone net website, click on ys photo- real great pictures, close ups of the Haydens by the mammoth and great shots of the druids also. One lucky lady that day to be that close and get the shots she did, both packs look like they are doing very well!!!

  4. avatar timz says:

    April, which Yellowstone site are you refering to?

  5. avatar April Clauson says:

    go to the Yellowstone photo’s, then you will see posts that say Driuds and also Hayden pictures, they are recent. There are about 6 or 7 posts and the pictures are great!!

  6. Here is the link to the photos at Yelowstone.net

  7. avatar April Clauson says:

    Thanks Ralph, you make it so much easier!!! Have a happy wolf day!!!

  8. avatar timz says:

    thanks, those are great pictures. I see the black pup still has the white spot on his chest.

  9. avatar TallTrent says:

    Have there been any more recent updates about the Hayden pack? I am trying to compile some information (possibly a timeline) of their history since the attack by the Mollie’s Pack.

  10. I did an update more recent than this one a couple weeks ago, In addition we should be getting an update from Kathie Lynch pretty soon.



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