Two Gray Wolves Were Spotted Traveling Together For the First Time Ever On Mt. Hood

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In 1997, a wolf entered Oregon for the first time in over 50 years, by swimming across the Snake River. That wolf was promptly darted and hauled back to Idaho. But, by 2007 small packs began establishing themselves in Oregon—namely in the eastern part of the state.

Until now, only single migrating wolves had been spotted in the Mt. Hood National Forest area.

On January 4, an image captured in the northern part of the Cascades by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife revealed a pair of wolves traveling together.<<<Read More>>>