Rich Landers

A yearling female gray wolf is set in the shade by Washington Fish and Wildlife Department biologist Scott Becker, left, and Trent Roussin, so it can continue waking from the effect of tranquilizers before taking off on its own again. It was captured and fitted with ear tags and a GPS collar on July 15, 2013, in Pend Oreille County. RICH LANDERS

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