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Did a new wolf move into Lassen County?

A wolf-like animal spotted on motion-activated trail cameras in Lassen County is the latest in northeastern California. Watch this video for updates on what happened to the other recent wolves spotted in California including the Shasta Pack and OR-25.
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Wood ducks are counted at Colusa County's Murdock Gun Club by California Waterfowl Association 1:12

Wood ducks are counted at Colusa County's Murdock Gun Club by California Waterfowl Association

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Students release 3,200 trout into Jenkinson Lake

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