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Mike Phillips' Efforts to Save the Wolves

Phillips is the project leader of the Yellowstone National Park Wolf Restoration Program. Last year, 14 gray wolves were transported from the Canadian wilderness to Wyoming. It marked the beginning of the project to restore wolves to an area from where they had been absent for nearly 100 years. Phillips provides an update on the program. Phillips has co-authored a book with Douglas Smith titled "The Wolves of Yellowstone."


Other segments from the episode on December 18, 1996

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, December 18, 1996: Interview with Mike Phillips; Interview with James Gleick, Paul Ginsparg, Sherry Turkle, and Paul Evan Peters.


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