The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has confirmed gray wolves have moved west of the Cascade Mountains and into Skagit County, Washington which is not far, by wolf standards, from Seattle. While it may take some time, it is possible sophisticated Seattle urbanites could one day have the same experiences with wolves which “fly over country” has had for decades. They may discover it is a much different proposition to watch wolves in one’s backyard than on Animal Planet.
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