Western Washington wolf sticks around, but no mate seen

From the Capital Press:

Western Washington’s only known wild gray wolf has remained in Eastern Skagit County this summer, but wildlife managers still haven’t learned whether he’s a lone wolf or has a companion, a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service spokeswoman said Tuesday.

“We don’t think we can make that call until somebody sees another wolf or we get something on film,” the spokeswoman, Ann Froschauer. said. “Right now, it’s just doing its thing.”

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