The video, from the University of Minnesota's Voyageurs Wolf Project, shows the pack has grown, with at least three of the pups born last spring surviving.
The wolf, named Anubis, was shot and killed near Flagstaff on January 2, leaving conservationists "heartbroken."
Conservationist Adam Bronstein described the latest in a series of wolf killings in Oregon as "heinous."
The killing is the latest in a series of similar incidents in the state.
Park officials say this is most wolves killed in a single hunting season since they were reintroduced and worry about the species' long-term viability.
Clip shows a pack of wolves pursuing a herd of elk before the bear comes along and takes their kill.
The wolves reportedly damaged safety latches and climbed a fence, but never left the zoo.
The 500lb heifer was eaten by wolves near Walden, the Colorado Cattlemen's Association said.
Scientists confirm the wolf population that roamed Norway and Sweden for around 12,000 years was wiped out by humans.
In addition to killing up to 90 percent of the state's wolves, the groups say the hunting law could also kill, harm federally protected lynx and grizzly bears.
Oregon State Police reached out to the public for help in its investigation after all leads came up dry.
The decision came during a hearing on whether gray wolves were properly classified under the Endangered Species Act.
The Chippewa tribes claim the planned hunt violates a treaty signed in the mid-1800s and endangers an animal that the tribes consider sacred.
"Just as the wolf went from predator to prey, so shall you," said an anonymous letter sent to at least two Idaho state lawmakers after they voted for the state's wolf law.
"As a society, we have yet to shake off the idea of human dominion over nonhuman animals and the self- proclaimed right to kill them for our interests, however trivial these may be," researcher Francisco Santiago-Ávila told Newsweek.
The pack broke out of a wildlife center in Minnesota after a newborn pup was removed from their enclosure.
The woman was thought to be feeding the three semi-wild wolfdogs in their pen when they attacked her.
OR-93's radio collar stopped emitting pings in San Luis Obispo County, roughly halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles. Officials also said they have not picked up a "mortality signal" from the wolf's collar, which indicates when a wolf has not moved for at least eight hours.
Four of the pups were selected by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Red Wolf Recovery Plan for introduction into a wild litter.
Idaho's bill to kill 90 percent of its 1,500 wolves has passed the State Senate and State House of Representatives.
The measure is meant to protect the state's livestock.
Footage of the encounter showed a large wolf pack working to force a big grizzly into a wooded area and out of their territory.
Kurt Duncan, 56, is facing 125 misdemeanor wildlife charges after a months-long investigation by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
A vulnerable population of wolves living on Prince of Wales Island lost 97 percent of the population during the 2019-2020 trapping season.
"I am honored to welcome our canine friends back to Colorado after their long absence," Colorado Governor Jared Polis said.
The development of farming and introduction of livestock during the Neolithic Revolution was an opportunity for the African wolf and boosted populations, suggests study.
The reports are unconfirmed but park officials have launched an investigation following eyewitness accounts and other evidence that "strongly suggests" a pack of wolves are living in Colorado.
"They develop this lifelong outlook that people just aren't a big deal," said senior Yellowstone wolf biologist Doug Smith.
Researchers also found modern Arctic sledge dogs appear to be direct descendants of those brought over from Siberia and Alaska.
"I saw that alpha females are the true leaders of the pack, not the big alpha males. Wolves have a matriarchal society and males seem to totally accept that, " expert Rick McIntyre said.