- Associated Press - Saturday, January 23, 2016

THREE FORKS, Mont. (AP) - Montana wildlife managers are investigating reports of a wolf in the Three Forks area in the southwest part of the state.

The superintendent of Three Forks schools says a parent called and reported to have seen a wolf. The school then posted a warning on its Facebook page.

FWP spokeswoman Andrea Jones tells KTVM-TV (https://bit.ly/1UiY4x6 ) that wildlife managers have not seen any signs of wolves themselves.

Jones says area residents should be cautious and watch their kids at the bus stop and leash pets.

Jones notes that wolves can sometimes be confused with coyotes or some domestic dogs when spotted from a distance.

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Information from: KTVM-TV, https://www.ktvm.com

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