Wolf-livestock interaction protocol Revision date June 1, 2017
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Gray wolves are considered to be elegant predators and highly social animals that form tight, nuclear packs. A symbol of the wilderness and the predecessors to our domesticated dogs, these majestic cr
ENDANGERED SPECIES -- DNA tests have confirmed that a wolf captured, tested and fixed with a GPS collar on June 8 is indeed a wolf. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says a GPS collar placed on the w
Genetic testing has confirmed that a lone animal roaming in eastern Skagit County is Western Washington’s first known gray wolf in decades, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.The USFWS la
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Since 1984, wolves have been seen roaming in the vicinity of Ross Lake (Ross Lake National Recreation Area in Washington and Skagit Valley Recreation Area in British Columbia) on both sides of the Int
A wolf fitted with a tracking collar near Marblemount in early June has remained in the area.
State and federal wildlife agencies last week trapped, collared and released what they believe is an adult male gray wolf near Marblemount.