This article reports that Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lynch run a 40-acre wolf preserve on Washington's Olympic Peninsula where lobo wolves are kept in 40-by-80-foot pens in the woods. The history of the lobo wolf and the park are described, as is the move to Washington, during which 20 wolves were flown to the area in small groups, and 32 wolves followed by truck. The diet of the wolves - including the quantity, frequency, and contents (meat and fresh fruit) of their meals - is also described.
June 24, 1972
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