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Old 10-22-2014, 09:42 PM   #1
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Amazing! Thanks Wayne!

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Thanks For Sharing. I will share with my Grand Daughter This weekend. Amazing how such rugged country, can in fact be so fragile.
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Great video and very interesting information! Thanks for posting it.
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Thanks for the learning experience. What a great video. Yellowstone is on our list of places to visit and seeing this video makes me want to visit soon. We had a similar set of events killing off our great fishing here in Saskatchewan. Cottage owners were uprooting their shore vegetation or covering over with sand which resulted in no place for the minnows to hide. We now have legislation stopping this practice as you have to get a permit to add a dock or anything to the beach area.
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Thanks, Nice revisit - saw this a while back and so very cause and effect !!!
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Thank you for the video. Very interesting. I had never thought about how seemingly insignificant behavior can cause a chain reaction that changes so much in an ecosystem.

YNP is such a lovely place. I've visited there several times, and have seen a huge variety of wildlife, but have never seen a wolf in the wild. Maybe someday I'll be that fortunate
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Wayne, great video. I have always liked the wolves, and was glad to see the on the comeback. They will also be regulated as to the amount of food available to them. Isn't mother nature great !!!!!
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Incredible Video!

Incredible video, incredible place to visit, thank you very much for helping us pick a place to go back to again and watch for the wolves. Never seen them after several visits, but it looks like times are a changing for the best.

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Thank you so much for the video, that was so very interesting! Never know what can happen until you try. Wonder if this is what they planned when they introduced them?
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Sorry, gotta throw in my two cents from here in Wyoming and call BS on this propaganda. Just a humble opinion from boots on the ground.
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A grey wolf crossed the road right in front of us as we were on our way out of the park last month. I didn't want to take my eyes off him/her long enough to grab my camera so I will have to rely on my memory of the event. I felt honored that I got to see one. Thanks Wayne for posting the video.
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Sorry, gotta throw in my two cents from here in Wyoming and call BS on this propaganda. Just a humble opinion from boots on the ground.
absolutely agree. no thinking person who has been in the wild, studied for themselves would ever buy into this fiction. scenery was good, but full of lies, and misleading propaganda.

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