Yellowstone Wolf Tracker / Facebook
Yellowstone Wolf Tracker shared footage on Facebook of some wolf pups stealing the park’s parking cones and playing with them like a dog’s toy.
According to the post, the wolf pups are from the Wapiti Lake Pack and are about 11 months old. Officials added that they had been feeding on a bison carcass before they decided to take off with one of the parking cones that the National Park Service put out.
“This morning there were more cones moved around, no doubt the work of these pups,” Yellowstone Wolf Tracker wrote on Facebook.
The video showed two wolf pups running in the snow, one wolf with the cone in its mouth and the other chasing behind trying to get the cone. The pup finally catches up and they both grabbed onto the cone in a tug-of-war match. However, it wasn’t long after that another wolf pup runs up to join them in the fun.
Yellowstone Wolf Tracker is an organization that offers guided naturalist programs in Yellowstone National Park to view and learn about wolves, grizzly bears, and other wildlife.
“Our premier wildlife watching programs feature multiple days of extensive viewing, excellent meals and accommodation, and expert interpretation by guides who have many years of Yellowstone experience,” Yellowstone Wolf Tracker said.