Map shows the range of the Wedge Pack in the first six weeks after the pack’s alpha male was trapped, collared, released and monitored by radio telemetry. While the pack ranges well into Canada, Washington Fish and Wildlife officials have associated the wolves with attacks on cattle in grazing alotments in the “wedge” area between the Kettle and Columbia rivers.

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