Two gray wolves captured and collared in Northern California

From the Los Angeles Times:

Two members of California’s small but rebounding gray wolf population have been located and given tracking collars, bolstering the state’s conservation efforts, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife announced Friday.

The agency says they located and captured the two wolves on March 17 in Siskiyou County through “intermittent signals” coming off the malfunctioning collar of one wolf. The wolves were given satellite collars, which will transmit regular location updates back to the department.

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