A group of 11 Mexican gray wolves, including three that were born at Wolf Haven International near Tenino, were released into the wild last week in Mexico.
A group of 11 Mexican gray wolves, including three that were born at Wolf Haven International near Tenino, were released into the wild last week in Mexico. Wolf Haven International Courtesy
A group of 11 Mexican gray wolves, including three that were born at Wolf Haven International near Tenino, were released into the wild last week in Mexico. Wolf Haven International Courtesy

Born at Wolf Haven, these pups now run wild in Mexico

December 07, 2016 3:15 PM

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