By: Innerwolf Projects  09-12-2011

Jul 17 2011

In 1995, the first gray wolves were transported from Alberta, Canada to Yellowstone National Park, to repopulate the sprawling landscape with the species, absent for more than 70 years. The following year, a second wave of wolves was brought to the park from British Columbia, Canada; five of them were released together, and they were [..]

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Despite the number of visitors to British Columbia’s protected areas each year, encounters between these animals and humans are low. Actual attacks are extremely rare. Bears and cougars are wild.