Tracks of a male found in the rugged mountain wilderness-
Although it might just be passing through, this is a first for this mountain fastness.
Last summer, my spouse (Jackie) staffed a fire tower on the edge of the Eagle Cap Wilderness, which covers much of the mountain range.
The creation of the vast Eagle Cap Wilderness, plus a number of subsequent additions, was a great conservation victory.
Story. Wolverine tracks found for first time in Wallowa County. Researchers seek to answer if animal was loner or part of pack. East Oregonian.
Regarding this headline . . . wolverine don’t form packs.