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News&Guide environmental reporter Mike Koshmrl gets up-close and personal with a sedated gray wolf during a collaring operation with Wyomi…

A group of snowmobilers stop to watch as Mills loads a sedated wolf into Rivers’ helicopter for transport back to its territory. With capture …

Mills checks on a sedated female wolf from the seat of his truck. While biologists take care to handle animals for as little time as possible,…

From the seat of a helicopter, Kevin Coates takes aim at a netted gray wolf with a tranquilizer gun. Contracted professional wildlife capture …

Wyoming Game and Fish large carnivore biologist Ken Mills prepares to collect biological samples from a Horse Creek pack wolf in February. Fou…

Wyoming Game and Fish large carnivore biologist Ken Mills moves a sedated gray wolf onto a jacket in the sun to keep its body temperature clos…

Pilot David Rivers and mugger Kevin Coates, of Native Range Capture Services, prepare to fly a sedated gray wolf from the Dell Creek Pack back…

A young male wolf lay sedated last month in the Hoback Canyon as Wyoming Game and Fish Department biologists and contractors fit them with rad…

A young male wolf lays sedated in the Hoback Canyon in February as part of Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s annual census of the population.…

A young male wolf that’s a member of the Horse Creek Pack lay sedated in March during a Wyoming Game and Fish Department GPS-collaring operati…