Warning issued after wolves in southern Oregon show ‘lack of wariness’ around people

From The Register-Guard:

Two wolves in southwest Oregon have shown an uncharacteristic “lack of wariness around people,” prompting state wildlife officials to issue a warning to anyone recreating in the upper North Umpqua River area east of Roseburg.

Videos and photos show one wolf, a yearling, “approaching and laying down near vehicles and not reacting to human voice or honking horns … which is uncommon behavior,” officials with Umpqua National Forest said in a news release.

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