Man Reportedly Shoots at Wolves in Yellowstone National Park
Yes, I happened to be there on the same day this reportedly took place, but it was not me! And my proof is: I don't have a dog!
According to Yellowstone National Park, rangers are investigating a report that a man this past Saturday fired a shotgun at some wolves that were chasing his dog east of Sedge Bay along the East Entrance Road.
According to a press release from the Park, law enforcement investigated the scene and found no evidence of injured wolves but they did find shotgun shells. The Park would like to remind you that:
- It is illegal to discharge a firearm in Yellowstone National Park. Learn more about the possession of firearms in national parks.
- In the park, pets must be physically controlled at all times. They must be in a car, in a crate, or on a leash no more than six feet long. Pets are not allowed on boardwalks, hiking trails, in the backcountry, or in thermal areas.
- If you have any information about this incident, contact the Yellowstone Tip Line at 307-344-2132.