OLYMPIA – Washington state biologists say they have made contact with the state’s second wolf pack and have collared the alpha male.
The wolf pack’s presence has been confirmed in Pend Oreille County, as biologists tracked the pack they believe is made up of at least one adult and three pups. Previously, biologists had recorded howls and taken pictures using remote motion-detection cameras.
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