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Couple spots, photographs missing Bays Mountain wolf

[large thumbnail url=”couple-spots-photographs-missing-bays-mountain-wolf” filename=”news” year=”2009″ month=”12″ day=”31″] [thumbnail icon url=”couple-spots-photographs-missing-bays-mountain-wolf” filename=”news” year=”2009″ month=”12″ day=”31″] Bill Jones, staff writer for the Greeneville Sun reports that a Greene County couple caught a glimpse, and snapped a shot, of one of the missing wolves from the Bays Mountain Park facility.

One of the two missing Bays Mountain Park wolves may have been spotted, Christmas Day, in northern Greene County, TN. Park officials are still working to try and capture the two missing wolves and return them back to their facility, which they escaped after a storm knocked a tree on to the fences.

The Park remains closed for the time being. Park officials had believed the wolves were still within the confines of the park, however the photo appears to confirm that one – Kawoni – had travelled at least 5 miles. The other missing wolf – Adahy – is still thought to be within the park.  

Read Bill Jones’ full article on the Greeneville Sun website.

 

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