Washington’s wolf population continues to grow with 8 new packs in 2022

From komonews.com:

A wolf pack in Washington recolonized the south Cascades for the first time this winter as the state’s wolf population continues to grow.

On Friday, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) released its 2022 annual Washington Gray Wolf Conservation and Management report. The report found a 5% increase in wolf population growth from the previous count in 2021. The WDFW said it is the 14th consecutive year that the state’s wolf population has grown.

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