Spring 2013 Dates Announced
New adventure and trek dates have been announced. We see the
most wolves and bears combined all year during the June
Wolf & Bear Adventure. But the wilderness-based Spring
Wolf Trek is just about as adventurous as one can get, 4 days, 3
nights walking and camping in Yellowstone.
The Wild Side, LLC, recently published a statement on its goal for
sustainable practices and the social and environmental stewardship
organizations it supports.
Conservation Center Excursions
The Wild Side and Wolf Conservation Center team up for 2 fantastic
5-Day/4-Night Yellowstone Excursions in 2012, Spring Adventure: May
25-29, and Summer Adventure: June 24-28.
November 2012 and April 2013 programs are being offered by The Wild
Side at amazing rates. These programs take advantage of great
opportunities to see wolves and other wildlife during the quietest times
in Yellowstone. Experience the solitude during these 5-day
programs, both for under $1,000/person: Late
Autumn Wolf Watch & Early
Spring Wolf Watch.
& Grizzly Base Camp
A new program from The Wild Side, a wilderness camp is the setting
for observations of wolves, bears, moose, bison, and other amazing
wildlife, as well as, grand day hikes to amazing scenic locations.
Wolves & Wildlife tour
Join Naturalists Journeys and the White Mountain Apache for a tour of
Mexican wolf country in Arizona, June 19-26, 2011, SPACE STILL AVAILABLE
Bob Landis Book
A recently published book about Bob Landis, the wildlife
cinematographer who has done several incredible wolf films is now
available from author Kevin Rhoades.
Jim Clark, renowned outdoor photography instructor returns to the
park August 15-18, 2011, for a fabulous workshop on wildlife and nature
Raising research funds for mapping the genetics of famous Yellowstone
Map of Yellowstone pull-outs
Buy a map of the landscape of
the northern range with names of the observation points. Proceeds
to benefit park wildlife programs.
amazing web page-wolfwatcher.com
Dave Hornoff's wolfwatcher.com is an incredible source of news,
stories, and advocacy presented with the authority of a steadfast and
passionate ally for wolves in the wild.
Wolf Retreat dates announced for 2011
Consistently, this program has been one of the most popular and
successful offerings from The Wild Side, LLC. It sells out earlier
and earlier each year so reserve a spot before they are gone!
Varley, PhD, to visit the Wolf Conservation Center April 3
Join WCC and Dr. Nathan Varley for a Saturday
afternoon lecture presentation on the wolves of Yellowstone Park.
ALSO, you can join the Wolf Conservation Center and The Wild Side LLC
for a wolf watching expedition to Yellowstone May 24-28, 2010.
Full details at nywolf.org.
Winter Wolf Watch
The Wild Side offers 5 full days of late winter wolf watching in
Yellowstone, March 4-March 10, 2011.
for Spring Trek Announced
Join The Wild Side for a marvelous Spring Wolf Trek through
Yellowstone's Northern Range, May 1-5, 2011.
needed to protect Yellowstone Wolves
Buffer Zone around Yellowstone needed to protect wolves from
hunting. We need your help to protect Yellowstone wolves!
Photography Workshop Returns
Join Nathan, Linda, and renowned photography instructor Jim Clark for
this unique nature photography workshop.
Winter Wolf Retreat Dates Announced~!
The dates for immensely popular winter wolf retreat programs have
been confirmed for 2010. The 2 retreats at Lamar Buffalo Ranch
with many hours of wolf watching and presentations by local biologists will
take place January 27-31 and February 20-24.
2010 Yellowstone Wolf Calendar
This one-of-a-kind calendar features never before seen photos of wild
wolves in Yellowstone National Park. This calendar captures photographs
of natural, undisturbed behaviors of wolves. Each year, HawkSaw will
select a cross section of photographs from the re-introduction in 1995
to the present. Each month will feature a stunning photograph of wild
wolves and a description by Doug Smith. The calendar measures 8.5 inches
x 11 inches and is printed on 100lb gloss text paper and contains and
80lb gloss text cover.
WOLF RETREAT 2009 dates announced
Enjoy an amazing retreat to the Buffalo Ranch of Lamar Valley with
THE WILD SIDE and the Yellowstone Association Institute. These 2
5-day programs feature lots of wolf watching and appearances by special
guest experts. Can't miss it!
updates from YWT
Stay informed with email updates and news about wolves
in the park, current events, & upcoming programs. JOIN THE LIST AND RECEIVE THE
z on the 07 Spring Wolf & Bear
Mark z, photo-adventurer whose travels are
detailed at www.zscapes.com,
attended the 2007 Spring Wolf & Bear trip and provides a fantastic
testimonial with equally great images! New dates for a spring wolf
and bear just announced: May
& GRIZZLIES--after de-listing
Grizzly bears and soon wolves, too, will be recovered species in the
Yellowstone area, officially. The success of both species'
recovery programs has ushered in a new era, one where both species can
be viewed in one of the country's premier wildlife sanctuaries, as well
as, where future threats to the populations undermine the
recovery. Join a host of experts July 18-22 for an in-the-field
examination of the crucial issues of wolf and bear recovery in
SPRING WOLF AND BEAR
The height of spring viewing=lush vegetation, singing birds, and the
young of the year are on parade in this early June venture to observe
Yellowstone's premier predators!
2008 Winter Wolf Retreat, January
The dates for the annual Winter Wolf Retreat have been announced!!
Enjoy wolf watching with experts Nathan Varley and Linda Thurston while
enjoying the comfort of Lamar Valley's Buffalo Ranch facility. Also,
see the detailed schedule.
Autumn Wolf Watching
This is an exceptional time of the year to visit the park. Great
scenery, wildlife activity--and no bugs or excessive tourists!!
Inquire for reservations, October 4-8, 2007.
Wolves Outside The Park!
Want to learn how packs are doing outside the park? Take this
Yellowstone Association Institute class to find out ! Field trips to
locations where efforts for co-existence between livestock and wolves
depends on both ranchers and environmentalists to work on the problem.
Includes Paradise Valley and Lamar Valley...
Spring Wolf Trek
An active way to see wolf country. This 4-day hike is supported!
Carry only your personal and safety gear 5-8 miles per day. Also
includes a driving safari and a night at a historical Montana hot springs
Yellowstone Wolf and Bear Adventure
Nathan Varley and Linda Thurston lead a
week-long adventure through Yellowstone Park to the best locations for
wolf and grizzly sightings. Trip dates are June 2-8, 2007, prime
viewing season. Inquire about reservations.
Winter Wolf Retreat
Join experts Doug Smith, Bob Landis,
Linda Thurston, and Nathan Varley for a fully-catered, deluxe wolf
watching retreat at the Buffalo Ranch in Lamar Valley, Jan 23-26, 2007.
in Your Classroom
A New Teacher
Workshop offered by the Yellowstone Association Institute, December 1-3,
2007 at the Lamar Valley Buffalo Ranch.
Join the Yellowstone Association Institute for the 2006
season with a wide
variety of programs both rewarding and memorable for all wolf
enthusiasts. Plan your winter and summer trips to Yellowstone with
poetry from the field
Paw Prints and The Mighty Wolf by Bridget
Lyons were inspired by tracking and watching wolves of the Druid Peak pack
in Yellowstone National Park as part of a Yellowstone Association
Wolf Original Oil Painting
Barbara Rathbun renders an original oil
painting of Yellowstone's Agate Creek wolf pack.
wolf courses schedule
Join the Yellowstone Association Institute at their
field campus for an informative seminar on wolves with area
experts! Browse the entire schedule and plan your visit to watch
and learn about wolves.
Images of Yellowstone Wolves
Kim Kaiser, noted wildlife photographer, has a nice
collection of wolf photographs from Yellowstone in the winter.
Kaiser's intent is to present wildlife in its natural state and artfully
portray the beauty of our natural world and the creatures in it.
Images of Yellowstone Wolves
newest gallery of Yellowstone Wolf photographs, all for purchase from
the photographer. Yellowstone resident Mark
Miller has had the persistence to capture amazing images of Druid
Peak Pack wolves, 21 and 42, plus a stunning sequence of a Swan Lake
wolf. Check it out, print the order form and have your own of
Offering from The Yellowstone Association Institute--Gray
Wolves, Gray Matter: A Wolf Ecology Workshop for Educators
In this workshop, educators will learn and exchange ideas
for teaching about these complex animals and the human dynamics that
influence their survival. Participants will gain expertise in wolf ecology
and behavior while observing wolves in the field, then explore the many
ways to translate that into meaningful learning opportunities for
See the many new offering from the
Yellowstone Association Institute's catalog of field
seminars. Register online and go to Yellowstone to observe
wild wolves and learn from the experts, an unforgettable
Duke Coonrad had an
exceptional wolf encounter and has a very nice image to show for it, now
available for purchase in the gallery.
to See You With by Barbara O'Grady
Encountering wolves in
the high country of Yellowstone could not have been a better summer
adventure for a seasoned wolf watcher.
Wild Wisdom by Christine Baleshta