Karen Wolfe of Phoenix has become a dedicated wolf watcher in Yellowstone National Park since she first saw one of the animals in 2011. She videos some of her encounters, puts them on DVDs and watches them with her granddaughter.
Karen Wolfe of Phoenix has become a dedicated wolf watcher in Yellowstone National Park since she first saw one of the animals in 2011. She videos some of her encounters, puts them on DVDs and watches them with her granddaughter. Hannah Potes Billings Gazette
Karen Wolfe of Phoenix has become a dedicated wolf watcher in Yellowstone National Park since she first saw one of the animals in 2011. She videos some of her encounters, puts them on DVDs and watches them with her granddaughter. Hannah Potes Billings Gazette

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