How Wolves Change Rivers

How Wolves Change Rivers?

In 1995, wolves were introduced to Yellowstone National Park in US.

The presence of wolves substantially changed the behaviour of large grasslands. Deer stopped munching their way through the valleys and gorges where wolves could easily hunt them. The vegetation was able to re-establish and re-grow, thereby increasing biodiversity by providing food and shelter to a larger variety of plants and animals.

Remarkably, the presence of wolves also changed the rivers. Riverbank erosion decreased so the rivers meandered less, the channels deepened and small pools formed. The recovering vegetation stabilised the riverbanks, which in turn changed the geography and microclimate in the park.

What I have learnt from this is that "A single action taken by a pack of wolves can CHANGE the entire ecosystem for plants and animals"

What can you do today to start to impact and change lives around you?

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