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Bays Mountain officials plan new strategy to capture escaped wolves

[large thumbnail url=”bays-mountain-officials-plan-new-strategy-to-capture-escaped-wolves” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”01″ day=”06″] [thumbnail icon url=”bays-mountain-officials-plan-new-strategy-to-capture-escaped-wolves” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”01″ day=”06″] According to an article written by Matthew Lane, on Timesnews.net, both wolves, Kawoni and Adahy, are unwilling to give up their freedom, prompting park officials to try new strategies to catch them.

Kawoni, and Adahy, from the wolf exhibit at Bays Mountain Park, are both enjoying their new-found freedom too much to be easily caught. The two wolves escaped the facility after a storm knocked a tree on to the fences of their enclosure. They have been out and about for over a month now.

Both wolves apparantly ranked lowly within the Park’s resident wolf pack, and as nature dictates, they are not too keen to return to the situation. However, both are still staying near the park and have eluded all attempts so far to capture them.

Kawoni was spotted Christmas Day, about five miles away from the park. Unconfirmed reports of Adahy have come in from a near by community.

The new plan is to try and capture Kawoni using oral sedatives in food left in an area they believe she frequently visits.

Read the full article: Bays Mountain officials to use oral tranquilizers in bid to catch escaped wolves

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