butitsadryheat wrote:A lone wolf is no more dangerous to her than any black bear, even less so, I would imagine.
My imagination brings me to someone with that mindset shooting herself. If not herself, then shooting an animal, or even another human, when other solutions are available. The sort of simple mindedness she displays unfairly leads to responsible gun owners being painted in a bad light with a broad brush:
I wonder if it will learn to live outside the pack.
Seems like the story of this particular wolf will be pretty easy to continue following. As far as things that usually happen, along with some things that have happened with wolf behavior around Yellowstone, the wikipedia page on gray wolves seems pretty well done: