Wolf population up in Washington, but there’s disagreement about how many is enough

From Spokane Public Radio:

The state says wolves are filling in as expected in Washington, but conservation groups think there should be more.

Washington wildlife officials say the state’s wolf population continues to increase. They say they are seeing the animals move into new recovery zones, something they have planned for some time.

The latest report by the Department of Fish and Wildlife indicates the wolf population in Washington has increased by at least 5%, to 216 wolves in 37 packs, 26 have successful breeding pairs.

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