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If you come to Yellowstone, you may be lucky enough to see wild wolves interacting with one another and their prey. Even if you don't see wolves, it is exciting to know they are nearby. The National Park Service offers a variety of programs on wolves, and many other topics throughout the summer months. There is also a Junior Ranger and Young Scientist program for young visitors. Through the Expedition: Yellowstone! program, school groups can stay in Yellowstone overnight to learn first hand about its exciting wildlife, geology and history. Yellowstone's online resources are extensive, including webcams, pod-casts, and electronic field trips. You can access these resources through the park's main website, www.nps.gov/yell.

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