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Dead wolf leads Montana FWP to look for a new pack

[large thumbnail url=”dead-wolf-leads-montana-fwp-to-look-for-a-new-pack” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”09″ day=”14″] [thumbnail icon url=”dead-wolf-leads-montana-fwp-to-look-for-a-new-pack” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”09″ day=”14″] The Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks is investigating whether wolves have established a pack in the Bridger Mountains after a dead wolf was found in the Brackett Creek area over the weekend.

However, FWP’s Wolf Program Coordinator Carolyn Sime said the agency still needs more evidence before it determines that wolves have established themselves just north of Bozeman.

“One dead wolf does not necessarily a pack make,” she said Monday.

Lone wolves can travel hundreds of miles to establish new territory, and the animals have been known to pass through the Bridgers. But a wolf pack in the mountains would be a new development…

Read the entire article on bozemandailychronicle.com: Dead wolf found in near Bridgers leads FWP to look for a new pack

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