Wolves support each other in times of danger: Triangle saves his sister

The following account is from Kira Cassidy a research associate with the Yellowstone Wolf Project. We called him Triangle, for the shape of the white blaze on his chest. Born into the last litter of the Druid Peak pack—he was smaller than his brothers, and even one of his sisters. One cold morning in 2009 … Continue reading Wolves support each other in times of danger: Triangle saves his sister

Gray wolves support each other in times of danger: Triangle saves his sister.

The following account is from Kira Cassidy a research associate with the Yellowstone Wolf Project. We called him Triangle, for the shape of the white blaze on his chest. Born into the last litter of the Druid Peak pack—he was smaller than his brothers, and even one of his sisters. One cold morning in 2009 … Continue reading Gray wolves support each other in times of danger: Triangle saves his sister.

Yellowstone wolf researcher Kira Cassidy highlights the value of what old individuals can teach us…

https://youtu.be/Y5M7e0PWFtk Aging in the wild: lessons from animals about the value of growing old -  Kira Cassidy - TEDxBozeman What do wolves and societal attitudes toward elderly humans have in common? Kira Cassidy relates her research on Yellowstone wolves with other wildlife studies focused on understanding the value of older individuals in group-living species. Cassidy … Continue reading Yellowstone wolf researcher Kira Cassidy highlights the value of what old individuals can teach us…