Update! $20,000 Reward Offered For Information On The Illegal Killing Of A Mother Wolf, This Sadly Marks The End Of The Wedge Wolf Pack


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Lauren Lewis

Yesterday, animal welfare and conservation groups announced a reward of$15,000for information on the poaching of the breeding female of the Wedge wolf pack.Today,Peace 4 AnimalsandWANcontributed$5,000 to raise thereward to $20,000to bring justice to this slain female wolf. The mother wolf was found dead of a gunshot wound onMay 26th in the Sheep Creek area of Stevens County in northeast Washington state.

Biologists with theWashington Department of Fish and Wildlife discovered that the female wolf likely gave birth to pups earlier this year. It is speculated that the pups would not yet have been fully weaned and that her litter might not be able to survive on their own. Tragically, the female wolf’s death is thought to mark the demise of the Wedge wolf pack, as she was likely the only remaining female left. Now…

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  1. THIS IS SAD INDEED, WE WERE TOLD THAT IN THE LAST DAYS EVENTS SUCH AS THIS WILL HAPPEN AND MANY OF LIVING SPECIES OF A VARIETY WILL PERISH. INTERESTING ENOUGH WOLVES AND COYOTES ARE NOW STARTING TO MATE WITH EACH OTHER, AND POLAR BEARS ARE ALSO NOW STARTING TO MATE WITH OTHER BEARS THAN POLAR BEARS. WE SHALL HAVE MORE NEW SPECIES.

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