OR-54 leaves Oregon — and she’s taking her bling

From www.heraldandnews.com:

A collared gray wolf apparently has skipped out on its Rogue Pack family and moved to California, taking with it its GPS-transmitting collar that gave biologists’ the ability to track Southern Oregon’s largest, most famous — and lately predatory — pack.

OR-54, a 2-year-old in April who is most likely one of the offspring of Rogue Pack patriarch OR-7, apparently crossed from Oregon into eastern Siskiyou County on or around Jan. 24, according to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.

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