Pack of Wolves Chase Large Grizzly in Yellowstone
Another incredible video has been circulating social media showing a large grizzly bear being chased by a pack of wolves in Yellowstone National Park.
The video was originally shared on the Tied To Nature Facebook page. Tied To Nature is a company that offers tours of Yellowstone National Park. The video was shared on Friday, October 16.
Adam Brubaker owns Tied to Nature and this is what he had to say about the encounter.
I had the awesome opportunity to share this once in a life time wolf and grizzly sighting while on tour in Yellowstone today. This grizzly was foraging in the far end of the valley when the wolves started to cross his path. The grizzly started standing up on his hind legs to of what was going on and then started to approach the wolves. Soon the rest of the wolf pack appears and escorts the bear into the trees.
The video has been shared over 1,400 times since Friday. In total, nine wolves can be seen in the video, and the grizzly is clearly out numbered. There have been quite a few grizzly encounters posted on social media in 2020.
Back in June, a young grizzly bear killed a bison in the Yellowstone River as tourists watched from a distance.
In July, a woman from Missouri was injured by a grizzly bear while hiking on the Fairy Falls Trail near Old Faithful.
In September, a grizzly bear chased a bull elk into the Yellowstone River before proceeding to kill it. The grizzly could be seen for days after laying on top of the elk carcass on a bank along the river.