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No sign of wolves in former Wedge Pack area

ENDANGERED SPECIES — Washington Fish and Wildlife police officer Don Weatherman and biologist Jay Shepherd patrolled the “Wedge” area south of the U.S. - Canada border and between the Kettle and Columbia rivers last week  to look for wolf activity in the fresh snow. 

Report: Nothing detected.

The Wedge Pack was eliminated this fall after the wolves had been attacking cattle. 

WDFW officials expect wolves from Canada to move back into the area eventually.




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