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FILE - This June 18, 2011 file photo shows a map of confirmed and possible wolf packs in Washington state next to a magazine about wolves on the kitchen table of Ray Robertson, who is both both a volunteer for Conservation Northwest and a contractor for the U.S. Forest Service, near Twisp, Wash. On Thursday, April 4, 2019, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife said the number of gray wolves in Washington state continued to grow in 2018, and the state for the first time has documented a pack living west of the Cascade Range. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File)

FILE - This June 18, 2011 file photo shows a map of confirmed and possible wolf packs in Washington state next to a magazine about wolves on the kitchen table of Ray Robertson, who is both both a volunteer for Conservation Northwest and a contractor for the U.S. Forest Service, near Twisp, Wash. On Thursday, April 4, 2019, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife said the number of gray wolves in Washington state continued to grow in 2018, and the state for the first time has documented a pack living west of the Cascade Range. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File)

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