California: Gray wolf that passed through Mother Lode potentially spotted in Ventura County

From The Union Democrat in Sonora, California:

A rare male gray wolf, named OR-93 by scientists for his origins with an Oregon pack, may now be in Ventura County after passing through Calaveras and Tuolumne counties earlier this year, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife said last week.

Ventura County is the farthest south in California any gray wolf has been documented since one was captured in San Bernardino County in 1922. Historically, all of the state was wolf habitat.

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