Wolf population grows in Washington, with at least 122 wolves living in state
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — The population of wolves in Washington state continued to grow in 2017. The state Department of Fish and Wildlife's annual survey found at least 122 wolves living in Washington last year. The survey found 22 wolf packs and 14 successful breeding pairs. The agency said Friday that the 2016 survey documented 115 wolves, 20 packs, and 10 breeding pairs.
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