The wandering wolf that crossed the entire state of Oregon this fall is on the move again and now even closer to California. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife on Wednesday reported that the wolf known as OR7 is now south of Keno, Ore., a town less than 10 miles from the California border along Highway 97. If OR7 keeps moving south, he could become the first gray wolf confirmed in California in more than 90 years. Read the full story at sacbee.com.
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