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About Yellowstone Wolf Guides

Nathan Varley has been living in Yellowstone for most of his life and works with wolves and other wildlife species. As a professional wildlife guide, Nathan enjoys hosting groups in his home, Yellowstone, where exceptional wildlife sightings and amazing secret spots are the norm. He guides groups of all sizes and ages, year-round, and specializes in natural and cultural history of the park, wildlife observation, and backcountry wilderness travel. He maintains a wildlife ecology research program in partnership with the park and several universities. Read more about Nathan

Linda Thurston has worked with wolves in the Rocky Mountains for much of her career as a wildlife biologist. She has done conservation work for agencies including the National Park Service in Yellowstone and Idaho Fish and Game in the Clearwater region of Idaho. She worked on a wolf research project in Banff National Park, Alberta, for the University of Alberta. Currently she works for Defenders of Wildlife on programs that aim to solve chronic problems of wolf predation on domestic livestock in Montana. She also guides many people to see wolves in Yellowstone each year and shares her extensive experience in field courses for the Yellowstone Association Institute and other non-profit organizations. Read more about Linda



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