Yellowstone NP wolf population mostly steady, grizzlies more acclimated to people: study

Yellowstone National Park has released new reports on the state of its wolves and other wildlife, showing that the park’s wolf packs remain stable in size. Grizzlies, meanwhile, are growing more comfortable around humans.

Birds, such as the golden eagle and common loon, are more severely impacted by changes to the environment and are one of the park species most threatened by climate change.

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