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Alpha female from Lookout Pack missing

[large thumbnail url=”alpha-female-from-lookout-pack-missing” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”07″ day=”29″] [thumbnail icon url=”alpha-female-from-lookout-pack-missing” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”07″ day=”29″] Wenatchee World is reporting that the alpha female of the pack which was the first to make it’s home in Washington state in 70 years has gone missing.

The Lookout Pack – which is thought to number at least 7 wolves – settled in Okanogan National Forest area near Twisp in north central Washington. It was the first to be confirmed settlers in Washington State in 70 years.

Two of the wolves were collared, including the now missing alpha female.

The collar stopped transmitting its signal on May 12 and biologists say that the collar stopped working two years ahead of schedule as collars are usually expected to work for four years.

Read the entire article on Wenatcheeworld.com: Researchers can’t find Lookout Pack’s mother wolf

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