A handful of wolves can be seen romping around wooden walkways as steam rises around them.
A new lawsuit settlement will help restore the red wolf to its "rightful place" as a "success story," an environmental attorney said.
A person in Colorado thought they saw wolves, but authorities say it was just some dogs having a howling good time.
He'll live, but all or part of his right hind leg will be amputated. "We hope the criminal who shot Mr. Goodbar will be brought to justice," said a wildlife advocate.
Since gray wolves have lost federal protections, some states have adopted aggressive hunting seasons allowing large numbers to be killed.
Conservationists slammed the bill as incentivizing the "cruel deaths" of more than 1,000 wolves.
In a national first, Colorado voters approved Proposition 114, ordering the state wildlife agency to reintroduce the gray wolf within their borders.
Environmentalists and advocates for animals have vowed to challenge a decision stripping federal protections from wolves in the lower 48 states.
The death of OR-54 in California has been called a "tragic development" by environmentalists.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and an environmental organization offered money in a bid to crack the tough case.