Oregon is home to 124 wolves, up 11 percent in annual report

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Biologists in Oregon have counted 124 wolves in their annual tally, marking an 11 percent increase over last year’s numbers.

The much-anticipated report also found a 38 percent increase in the number of breeding pairs in the state, where the species was once wiped out due to a bounty.

The count also tallied 13 wolf deaths in 2017, including those of four wolves that were killed illegally.<<<Read More>>>