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Phantom Hill Story Continued...

On May 31st, the day of our wolf outing, we saw the alpha male, B333. We were treated to a long look at this older wolf, and then he moved on. For some in our group, it was the first sighting of a wild Idaho wolf - very exciting! We also discussed the Idaho Department of Fish and Game’s proposed wolf hunting season, which could mean every Phantom Hill wolf could be killed come fall, a terrible prospect. [Fortunately, for now there won’t be a hunting season because a federal judge has placed wolves back on the Endangered Species List.]

B333, the Phantom Hill Pack's alpha male, an older wolf with silver in his black fur. Photo by Claudia Fiaschetti, Copyright 2007.

PHOTO: B333, the Phantom Hill Pack's alpha male, an older wolf with silver in his black fur. Photo by Claudia Fiaschetti, Copyright 2007.

 

B333, Phantom Hill alpha male. Photo by Justin Hayes, copyright 2008.

PHOTO: B333, the Phantom Hill Pack's alpha male, an older wolf with silver in his black fur. Photo by Justin Hayes, Copyright 2008.

 

Phantom Hill wolf watchers on a Boulder-White Clouds Council fieldtrip, May 2008. Photo by Justin Hayes, Copyright 2008.

PHOTO: Phantom Hill wolf watchers on a Boulder-White Clouds Council fieldtrip, May 2008. Photo by Justin Hayes, Copyright 2008.



Phantom Hill Story & Photos Continue...
Shadowy Phantoms survive sheep invasion
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