Gray Wolf
Going Back to Cali
For the first time in nearly 100 years, endangered gray wolves are calling California home. Trail cameras snapped images of a pack of five pups and their presumed parents—a hopeful sign that the much-maligned carnivore is bouncing back after predator-control programs and habitat loss drove them out of the Golden State. Learn More

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