Alaska: Animal sighting near school not necessarily cause for concern, says biologist

From the Juneau Empire:

A video shared on a Juneau-oriented social media site showed what appeared to be a wolf trotting down the road near Mendenhall River Community School. That’s not necessarily a cause for concern or even surprise, said an Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologist.

“It is common to have wolves on the outskirts of Juneau,” said ADF&G area biologist Roy Churchwell in an email. “Not unheard of, but it is less common to have one that folks can see readily in the daylight walking paved roads.”

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