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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Rob Klavins
The wandering wolf dubbed OR-7 has enjoyed well over his 15 minutes of fame. But even with continued public interest, he could soon fade from the spotlight.
Oregon's wolf population continues to grow and has spun off another pathfinder that made it to the Cascades.
"When that collar dies, we'll never know his fate," Rob Klavins of the conservation group Oregon Wild told the Mail Tribune newspaper (http://is.gd/2bJDjW ). "But that could be OK. It's good to have a little mystery in the world."