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April 22, 2021



What a trip . . .

A gray wolf in Nebraska is something we often connect to our frontier heritage, most likely taken place in the 1800s. But, that may be changing.

A bit unusual, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission reported last week that a large canine killed January 28 near Ueling, Neb., was indeed a gray wolf, not a large coyote.

I suspect many of us remember stories of wolves from our younger days. We got most of them from books or early “Western” movies or TV shows.

The wolf was hunted to where they were almost eliminated except in maybe Alaska, or deep in the Rocky Mountains...



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