PHOTOS, TOP TO BOTTOM
Yearling female B326, the beauty of the pack, crosses Highway 75
in September, hurrying to catch up with her mom.
Phantom Hill alpha male B333 feeds on a road-killed cow elk at
Phantom Hill north of Ketchum. He was trapped and collared in
August and then become more wary of humans. Claudia Fiaschetti
Photo, Copyright 2007.
Phantom Hill alpha female guided her new pack through a tough 2007
summer among thousands of sheep.
Now, if the
black Phantoms stay in the upper Wood River Valley this winter,
they likely will become one of the most famous and most viewed
wolf packs in the world. Perhaps this will save them in the end.
Over the winter we hope ways can be agreed upon to keep the sheep
safe and the wolves alive next summer.
PHANTOM HILL WOLF FIELD TRIPS
Boulder-White Clouds Council led outings in
the Phantom's home territory in the Spring and
Summer of 2008. Read more and look at
if you're a wolf supporter and you'd like to
be informed of upcoming Phantom field trips.
We cannot charge for our outings, but we
to help the wolves.