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Trail cameras photograph Oregon wolf pack

[large thumbnail url=”trail-cameras-photograph-oregon-wolf-pack” filename=”news” year=”2011″ month=”08″ day=”26″] [thumbnail icon url=”trail-cameras-photograph-oregon-wolf-pack” filename=”news” year=”2011″ month=”08″ day=”26″] Seattle, WA (Associated Press) – Trail cameras have captured candid photos of new wolves roaming in northeastern Oregon’s Umatilla County.

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife said Tuesday two of the images, taken this month, are the first photos of members of the new Walla Walla pack that seems to be forming at the Washington-Oregon border.

Department spokeswoman Michelle Dennehy said biologists have been seeing tracks since last winter, but these are the first photos to confirm the wolves are in Umatilla County. It is not known yet whether the group is breeding and just what its range is.

Another photo shows last year’s pup from the Wenaha pack grown up as a yearling. It was taken in Wallowa County. The black wolf is shown glowering at the camera. It has green tags in both ears…

Read the entire article on seattletimes.nwsource.com: Trail cameras photograph Oregon wolf pack

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