YAHOO!!! Can't wait to make me a jacket & matching gloves and maybe a Mtn. Lion scarf! I still laugh however cause even here they say "Grey Wolf"... and as I understand it, it was the NON-indigenous Canadian Timber Wolf that was "Re-introduce" (for the first time) in those areas.
There has been a naturalized spread of Canadian wolves from Glacier National Park. That population didn't explode like the transplants did. Oregon has them under state protection until we get 4 established breeding pairs. Many want them established in the big wild park on the west boundary of Portland where the people live who want them and not the east side of the state where they people don't.