"Wolf Pack Living West Of Cascade Mountains For First Time In Decades"

"Western Washington has its first wolf pack in decades, an indication that wolf recovery is on track and a sign that the canines are expanding their range in a healthier ecosystem, wildlife officials say.

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) announced Thursday that biologists had documented a pack of the animals living in Skagit County, west of the Cascade crest.

A male wolf, which had been captured in the county and given a radio collar in 2017, was joined this winter by a female wolf, according to according to wildlife officials."

Evan Bush reports for the Seattle Times April 4, 2019.

Source: Seattle Times, 04/05/2019