If you find a canine track 4 inches or longer in the wilds of Eastern Washington, it’s likely to be a wolf, says Scott Becker, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife wolf biologist. “If it’shorter than 4 inches, it’s something else,” he said.

Rich Landers

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