California gets a new family of wolves: the Lassen Pack.
Posts By: Pamela Flick
Nearly five years after OR-7’s historic journey, CDFW has confirmed the presence of new wolves in the state – one of them being OR-7’s son!
Now that wolves have returned to California, where are they most likely to live? Will their new territories overlap significantly with grazing lands? What can we do to keep both livestock and wolves safe from harm? With our partners from the Bren School, we started looking for answers.
With the establishment of the Shasta wolf pack in California, it’s imperative that we make sure that all parties involved in wolf recovery – private landowners, ranchers, hunters, wildlife officials and local wolf advocates – work together to help Californians share the landscape with our newly resident wolves.
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife confirmed that it has been tracking a gray wolf that has likely dispersed from Oregon into Siskiyou County in northern California!