Sunday, December 9, 2012


The wolf that researchers called 832F, left, was shot and killed on Thursday outside Yellowstone National Park's boundaries. The alpha female of the Lamar Canyon pack, she wore a tracking collar. The wolf with her, known as 754, was killed last month.


Conrad DiDiodato said...
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Conrad DiDiodato said...

I pay homage to the lone wolf who'd gnaw on your cowardly bones, in a perfect world

Bob Arnold / Longhouse said...

One delete.
One lone.
Raining here.

stay well, Conrad


Anonymous said...

It hurts us more than we care to know . . . sharing at word pond, in respect for their lives. ~ Donna

Bob Arnold / Longhouse said...

That's you all over Donna — knowing and sharing and belonging to a loss.

Thanks for posting in the flowing waters of word pond
all's well, Bob