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    Survey: Washington wolf total steadily increasing

    By Teren Kowatsch, of the Tribune,

    30 days ago

    For the 15th consecutive year, the wolf population in Washington has grown, according to a survey published by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Saturday.

    The minimum number of reported wolves in Washington increased to 260 in 2023 and included 42 packs with 26 successful breeding pairs that successfully produced at least two pups. The growth represents a slightly-more-than 20% increase from the 2022 population of 216.

    The South Cascades region had the lowest reported number: one wolf and no packs or breeding pairs.

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