In this file photo provided by Conservation Northwest, an adult gray wolf caught by a remote camera is shown in Okanogan County's Methow Valley in Washington. Wolves are thriving in Washington, primarily on the eastern side of the Cascade Range. That has sparked some debate among ranchers and environmentalists.
In this file photo provided by Conservation Northwest, an adult gray wolf caught by a remote camera is shown in Okanogan County's Methow Valley in Washington. Wolves are thriving in Washington, primarily on the eastern side of the Cascade Range. That has sparked some debate among ranchers and environmentalists. File AP
In this file photo provided by Conservation Northwest, an adult gray wolf caught by a remote camera is shown in Okanogan County's Methow Valley in Washington. Wolves are thriving in Washington, primarily on the eastern side of the Cascade Range. That has sparked some debate among ranchers and environmentalists. File AP

Protecting wild wolves requires cooperation and good science

February 09, 2018 02:52 PM