When you visit national parks in Wyoming, you never know what might cross the road in front of you. For one driver today, that was a wolf pack that was crossing the road in Grand Teton National Park as their video share shows.
There is always an uneasy peace between bears and wolves in Yellowstone National Park. That was witnessed by guests (and workers) in the park a few days ago as a grizzly and two wolves came face-to-snout in a showdown in Hayden Valley.
In Yellowstone National Park, grizzlies and wolves are two of the fiercest competitors. However, there's a new video share that shows it's not always that way. A huge grizzly and a couple wolves are spotted just kind of hanging out.
A family was driving near the Mammoth Hot Springs area of Yellowstone National Park when they realized there were others on the road. Not just vehicles, but also a lone howling gray wolf that was holding up traffic.
Stop me if you've heard this story before, but ranchers are trying to deal with wolves thinning their herds. Wyoming ranchers have been fighting this battle for almost 27 years. Now, it's Colorado ranchers that are having to deal with wolves and their livestock.
This video will be viewed differently depending on the location it's watched from. If you're from anywhere other than Wyoming, it will look like this Yellowstone wolf is eating water. If you've spent any time around wolves in Wyoming, you'll realize this isn't what's happening.