From The Union Democrat:

A yearling male gray wolf, named OR-93 for his origins with an Oregon pack and tracked in late February in Calaveras and Tuolumne counties, returned to Tuolumne County on Wednesday.

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife confirmed the wolf “is currently back in Tuolumne County,” Kelle Schroeder, the Tuolumne County agriculture commissioner, announced in a statement released Wednesday afternoon that also reminded people that gray wolves are a protected species in the Golden State.

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