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Tracking the Lone Wolf
Tracking the Lone Wolf

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AIR DATE: February 14, 2012

He's got fan clubs and Twitter accounts, and he doesn't even know it.  "OR-7," and he's known, is a lone wolf who's attracted a national following in his quest for a mate.  Scientists have tracked him from Oregon into California.  So why has he wandered so far from the pack?  Will he make it down south to Nevada?  And what happens if he never finds a mate?  One wolf tracker weighs in on the wild, lonely heart looking for love.
 
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Mark Jimenez, Science and Mgmt Coord, Northern Rocky Mountain Wolf Program, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

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