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FILE -This Jan. 26, 1998 file photo shows a Mexican gray wolf moving through his new home, a third of an acre pen after being released from a cage in Hannagan Meadows, Ariz. The Mexican government plans to return the rarest of North America's gray wolves to their historic range, and news of the move has prompted a flurry of questions from wildlife managers, ranchers and conservationists in the United States. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said this week it learned of the plan to release a pack of captive-bred Mexican gray wolves during a meeting in July 2009 with Mexican officials. (Jeff Robbins / Associated Press)

Colorado balks at wolf reintroduction 

ENDANGERED SPECIES -- As in Washington and Oregon, wolves will have to find their own way back into Colorado. Colorado wildlife commission nixes release of wolves into stateThe Colorado Wildlife Commission voted 7-4 to reject any releases of both Mexican and gray wolves into the...

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In May, trail cams confirmed OR-7 had formed the Rogue Pack and sired pups. (Associated Press)

Another wolf sniffs out the digs in California 144 

ENDANGERED SPECIES -- The California Department of Fish and Wildlife announced today that wildlife biologists have been tracking a gray wolf that has likely dispersed from Oregon into Siskiyou County in northern California. The presence of this new wolf – whose sex and specific origins...

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TUESDAY, JULY 21, 2015

Washington wolf packs continue to evolve.

Wolf-killed cow confirmed near Cle Elum 57 

ENDANGERED SPECIES -- A cow on a grazing allotment near Cle Elum, Washington, was killed by a wolf, federal officials say. The cow’s carcass was discovered last Thursday by a Washington State University graduate student doing research on wolves. The kill was in the range of...

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