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Evidence Found of New Wolf in California's Siskiyou County
by Center for Biological Diversity
SAN FRANCISCO— Evidence of a wolf in Siskiyou County was reported on August 3 by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. Following up on citizen sightings of a lone, dark-colored canid, agency staff obtained photographic images from a trail camera and spotted fresh tracks, indications that California is now home to its second wolf in nearly a century. The wolf, which may be roaming in Siskiyou County, is not wearing a radio-collar, so its movements will be detectable only by trail camera, tracks, scat and sightings. State fish and wildlife officials aim to obtain scat samples from the animal for DNA testing to determine conclusively whether it is a wolf.
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