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California's lone wolf returns to Oregon: Why?

OR-7 Wolf
Via LA Observed and the Department of Fish and Game:

"After drawing much public attention for his historic trek into California, the gray wolf designated as OR7 has turned north and crossed back into Oregon."

Please pick a response.

1. Is everyone leaving California?

2. He must have read about Daniel Richards. Better stay away from Idaho too.

3. Didn't the Supreme Court say the cops couldn't track anyone by GPS?

4. Self-deportation.

5. Your response, which you can leave below in the comments.

--Robert Greene

Photo: This Nov. 14, 2011, photo from a trail camera appears to show OR7, the young male wolf that has wandered hundreds of miles across Oregon and Northern California. Credit: Allen Daniels via the Medford Mail Tribune / Associated Press 

 

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