A grey wolf observed in Amalik Bay. NPS Photo/D. Kopshever.

A grey wolf observed in Amalik Bay. NPS Photo/D. Kopshever.

Wildlife speaker to give update on wolf population at North Bend event April 16

Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife Wolf Manager Ben Maletzke will present.

  • Monday, April 16, 2018 9:49am
  • News

Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife Wolf Manager Ben Maletzke will present an update on wolf population in Washington State during the Upper Snoqualmie Valley Elk Management Group’s next meeting on Monday, April 16.

The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. at the US Forest Service Conference Center, 902 SE North Bend Way, North Bend.

For more information, visit snoqualmievalleyelk.org.

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