In recent months a solitary wolf from a pack on the Idaho-Canada border strayed into Utah and was photographed in August on the South Slope of the Uinta mountains. We speak with Kimberly Hersey, Mammals Conservation Coordinator for the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources to learn more. Note that in the coming weeks The Rundown will provide additional perspectives on the potential Utah future of this top predator. Also today, your top local headlines and a preview of tomorrow’s interim committee meetings of the Utah State Legislature.
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