Documentation of wolves near Oregon’s Mt Hood new benchmark | National Post

THE DALLES, Ore. — A remote camera picked up two grey wolves in Oregon’s northern Cascade Mountains, marking the first time multiple wolves have been documented in the area since the species returned to Oregon more than a decade ago.The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife said Tuesday the animals were spotted in the White River Wildlife Area and in Mt. Hood National Forest, as well as on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation.

Source: Documentation of wolves near Oregon’s Mt Hood new benchmark | National Post

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