A remote trail camera captured this image of one of two gray wolves believed to be living in Lassen County.
A remote trail camera captured this image of one of two gray wolves believed to be living in Lassen County. Courtesy California Department of Fish and Wildlife
A remote trail camera captured this image of one of two gray wolves believed to be living in Lassen County. Courtesy California Department of Fish and Wildlife

New male and female wolves confirmed living in rural California

November 02, 2016 03:02 PM

UPDATED November 03, 2016 08:46 AM

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