She too went west and crossed the Snake into territory as yet unclaimed by wolves.The black wolf and B300 mated for the first time in December of 2006 or 2007—nobody knows when exactly.It covers everything from how to get started to proper profile and messaging etiquette in today’s online dating world.
Her great-grandmother was B23, a black wolf who was born in northern British Columbia and who dined as a pup on moose and caribou in the boreal forest.
B23 was captured and moved in January of 1996 to Dagger Falls, in Idaho’s Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness.
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A male showed up in 1999, and its existence so perplexed state officials that they captured it, put it in a crate, and sent it back to Idaho.
Still, everybody knew deportation wouldn’t work in the long run. Eventually, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) hired a biologist to deal with this trickle of immigrants: Russ Morgan, a lifetime wildlife manager and backwoodsman based in La Grande.
While the black wolf was busy slaying elk in the Wallowas to feed his new pups, Morgan was driving the back roads of eastern Oregon at night, literally howling into the dark, looking for wolves.
Morgan, now 54, is a tracker and a hunter, by trade and spiritual avocation.
One day in 2005 or 2006, a young, black-furred wolf in Idaho decided to head west.