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March 14, 2007

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Oregon Wildlife Officials “Pretty Sure” About Wolf Sighting

Although they have not confirmed that any wolves live in Oregon, state wildlife biologists are confident about a recent sighting, according to this Associated Press article. "We're pretty sure it's a wild wolf by the way it acted. Some of our guys saw it. When they came around a corner, it took off," said Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife supervising biologist Vic Coggins told the AP. "The tracks were huge." Read the report here.

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Brent

It won't be long now and they will have pets and livestock killed just like us in Wyoming.




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