WILDLIFE WATCHING — The speculation is over on whether Oregon's famous radio-collared wandering wolf has a mate.
OR-7 and its mate have produced pups, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has confirmed.
- See other images of OR-7, its mate and other Oregon wolves at ODFW’s wolf photo gallery
OR-7, the name given to the male wolf when it was first captured, radio-collared and released in northeast Oregon, found a mate in the Rogue River area of southwest Oregon’s Cascade Mountains after capturing worldwide attention as its movements were followed on the web through Oregon and California.
See more details in today's story from the Associated Press.