The state Department of Fish and Wildlife uses remote cameras to help document wolves in the state, such as this 2012 image of gray wolf pups in southern Stevens County east of the town of Fruitland.
The state Department of Fish and Wildlife uses remote cameras to help document wolves in the state, such as this 2012 image of gray wolf pups in southern Stevens County east of the town of Fruitland. State Department of Fish and Wildlife Courtesy
The state Department of Fish and Wildlife uses remote cameras to help document wolves in the state, such as this 2012 image of gray wolf pups in southern Stevens County east of the town of Fruitland. State Department of Fish and Wildlife Courtesy

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