FILM & VIDEO recently interviewed Bob Landis about wildlife cinematography, working in Yellowstone, and the experience of making “In the Valley of the Wolves.”
Home page of Yellowstone National Park.
With the mission of protecting and enhancing America’s national parks for future generations, the NPCA advocates for the national parks and educates decision makers and the public.
Official Yellowstone National Park wolves page.
Yellowstone Wolf Project 2006 annual report.
Information on western gray wolves from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Wolf information and conservation efforts from the National Wildlife Federation.
Idaho Fish and Game Department wolf management.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ wolf conservation and management site.
Frequently updated wolf news reports from Ralph Maughan’s Wildlife Reports.
The grizzly and wolf discovery center in Yellowstone.
The Wolf Education and Research Center (WERC) is a unique educational facility on the Nez Perce Reservation in northern Idaho, home to the Sawtooth Pack.
Information on the reintroduction of the wolf in the U.S.
The International Wolf Center.
Web site with wolf-related games, stories, pictures, and activities.
A research project to uncover the effect of Yellowstone’s wolves on the ecosystem. Trophic Cascades in Terrestrial Ecosystems is a research and educational program with the purpose of investigating the role of predators in structuring ecological communities.
Web site on Yellowstone’s wolves, by production company Yellowstone Media.
Rick McIntyre. A Society of Wolves. Voyageur Press (1996).
L. David Mech. The Wolf: The Ecology and Behavior of an Endangered Species. University of Minnesota Press (1981).
L. David Mech and Luigi Boitani. Wolves: Ecology, Behavior, and Conservation. University of Chicago Press (2007).
Michael K. Phillips, Douglas W. Smith, Barry O’Neill, and Teri O’Neill. The Wolves of Yellowstone. Voyageur Press (1998).
Douglas W. Smith, and G. Ferguson. Decade of the Wolf: Returning the Wild to Yellowstone. The Lyons Press (2005).