Lassen Pack sees five pups, California wolf count up to 10

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Lassen Pack sees five pups, California wolf count up to 10

Post by Koa » Mon Aug 06, 2018 4:35 pm

New pups are born and new wolf roams Plumas
By Carolyn Shipp, Jul 27, 2018

Landon presented an update to the board on the wolf population in the state. He said there is now only one pack in the state, a few roaming wolves, and new pups. The first pack to establish in the state, the Shasta Pack, does not exist anymore. That could mean they all dispersed or did not survive.

The second pack, the Lassen Pack, is healthy and growing now that the breeding female has up to five pups at her side. The new pups and the approximately three yearlings she had last year bring the pack’s numbers up to at least 10.
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Post by roguemoon » Thu Aug 09, 2018 1:07 pm

That's super exciting to hear. I hope to see the California wolf population continue to grow, it's really neat that they're slowly making a comeback after so many years.
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Re: Lassen Pack sees five pups, California wolf count up to

Post by Koa » Thu Aug 09, 2018 2:42 pm

roguemoon wrote:That's super exciting to hear. I hope to see the California wolf population continue to grow, it's really neat that they're slowly making a comeback after so many years.
It's a shame the Shasta pack is gone but it seems California's small number of wolves are doing just fine.
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