Endangered gray wolves making a comeback in California

From norcal.news:

Just three years after gray wolves were placed on California’s endangered species list, two packs of the animals have been located. The Shasta pack was identified in 2015 and now another pair of gray wolves has been picked up on trail cameras in Northern California’s Lassen County. Dubbed the Lassen Pack, this pair and their pups are the second pack of gray wolves documented in California in recent years. Scientists began to realize a second pack was active in California last year.

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