Rich Landers

A black-colored gray wolf in a leg-hold trap snaps violently at its rear haunch as Washington Fish and Wildlife Department wildlife technician Gabe Spence, left, uses a pole to inject a tranquilizer. Technician Trent Roussin had distracted the wolf from the right. Once subdued, the yearling female wolf was fitted with a GPS collar and released. The wolf was caught on July 15, 2013 in a trap Spence had set in Pend Oreille County.

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