Doug Smith

National Park Service

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Biologist and Director of the National Park Service's Yellowstone Wolf Project

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In Yellowstone National Park, she was officially known as 832F.  An alpha female gray wolf of considerable size and strength, she wore a GPS collar so researchers could track her…

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In Yellowstone National Park, she was officially known as 832F.  An alpha female gray wolf of considerable size and strength, she wore a GPS collar so researchers could track her…

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Are Wolves out of the Woods?

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