Washington’s wolf population grew 32 percent in 2015

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The wolf population in Washington is growing at a steady clip but its total numbers remain slightly smaller than those observed in Oregon.

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife reported last week that the state is home to a minimum population of 90 wolves, 18 packs and eight breeding pairs. In 2015, Washington’s population grew by 32 percent.

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