Caption: Wolf watcher Linda Hamilton, of Green River, Wyo., uses a spotting scope to scan the flat plains near the Lamar Valley in Yellowstone, Mont., on May 11, 2013. Hamilton and her husband, Larry, said they have come to Yellowstone many times since wolves were reintroduced to the park in 1995. More than 300,000 people see wolves in the park each year, according to a 2006 University of Montana study, which estimated the impact of Yellowstone wolf tourism at $35 million annually.
Published on July 13, 2013

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