Wolves are, it seems, always the target of bad news. However, Washington state may represent one positive area as the number of packs is thought to have doubled from the previous year.The state believes there could be as many as 10 wolf packs now calling Washington home.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife identified wolf activity to mostly be in northeastern Washington. However, there is evidence, according to officials, that new packs are showing up in the North Cascades and Blue Mountains. The state is seeking to confirm the findings.