First wolf pack in Washington State, USA, since 1930


This video says about itself:

A Mexican gray wolf eating breakfast. This is an endangered subspecies of wolf indigenous to the southwestern United States and Mexico.

From Wildlife Extra:

First wolf pack confirmed in Washington State since 1930

July 2008. Two adult wolves located and radio-collared in western Okanogan County are wild, gray wolves, genetic tests have confirmed. One of those animals, an adult male, was later photographed by remote camera in a location where six pups also were photographed. The finding marks the first documented, resident wolf pack in Washington since the 1930s.

“The re-appearance of a resident wolf pack in Washington is evidence of a functioning ecosystem and good news for those working to preserve the state’s biodiversity,” said WDFW Director Jeff Koenings, Ph.D.

Isolated wolf packs endangered due to inbreeding: here.

Wolves, moose and biodiversity: An unexpected connection: here.

Most prevalent wolf myths dispelled by biologists: here.

A Wolf-Moose Standoff at Isle Royale: here.

The 2018 report is out: two wolves, almost 1,500 moose and an ecosystem in transition. In its 60th year, the research conducted at Isle Royale National Park is the longest running predator-prey study of its kind. The 2018 report is out: two wolves, almost 1,500 moose and an ecosystem in transition. In its 60th year, the research conducted at Isle Royale National Park is the longest running predator-prey study of its kind: here.

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