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Track wolves and other wildlife on Yellowstone tour

This Feb. 16, 2006 photo released by the National Park Service shows a Wolf near Blacktail Pond in Y
Natural Habitat Adventures’ winter tour of Yellowstone National Park takes visitors to see wolves and other wildlife in their native habitat.
(Jim Peaco / National Park Service )

Need a last-minute getaway and don’t mind the cold? Natural Habitat Adventures is offering an immersive eight-day wolf and wildlife expedition in Yellowstone National Park.

Participants will spend five full days tracking the elusive canis lupus as well as pronghorn antelope, elk and bison in the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone’s Northern Range.

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Trip participants will spend five days looking for wildlife, such as bison, in Yellowstone National Park.
(Henry Holdsworth)

Also on the itinerary are sessions with naturalists and wildlife photographers who will share their knowledge about wolves. Group size is limited to 12.

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Dates: Dec. 21-30. Also March 1-8, 9-16, 17-24 and April 2-9

Price: From $6,395 per person, double occupancy; single supplement available. Includes accommodations, most meals, expedition leaders, scopes and binoculars, parka and winter boots, transportation, all activities and entrance fees. Airfare not included.

Info: Natural Habitat Adventures, (800) 543-8917

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