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Dangerous Wildlife Incident Reports


SPECIES
Wolf
 
DESCRIPTION OF INCIDENT
SHE SAW THE ANIMAL ON SUNDAY THE 8TH, EARLY MORNING HOURS (SHORT TIME AFTER 6AM). SHE LET HER DOG OUT AND IT WENT NEXT DOOR, BUT THEN ALL THE DOGS IN THE NEIGHBORING AREAS BECAME ALARMED. SHE SAID IT WAS BIGGER THAN A BLACK LAB, LONG LEGGED, WILD-EYED LOOK, AND POINTY SNOUT. RP SAID SHE IS VERY FAMILIAR WITH COYOTES ETC. SHE SAID ANIMAL HAD A WEIRD BARK AND WAS NOT AFRAID OF HER AT ALL. SHE CONTINUED TO LOOK AT IT FROM A HIGH PLACE THROUGH BINOCULARS. THE NEIGHBOR, JUDD KAISER (LIVES IN THE RIDGE AREA NEXT TO THE FREEWAY) IS UP LOOKING FOR TRACKS. HE MAY CALL IF HE FINDS SOME. SHE HAS CONCERNS FOR HER HORSES ETC. SHE WOULD LIKE A CALL. SHE GAVE A GOOD DESCRIPTION OF A WOLF BUT WHO KNOWS. SHE WAS USING BINOCULARS. I TOLD HER THAT A LONE WOLF, IF THAT'S WHAT IT IS, POSSESS LITTLE RISK TO HER HORSES. SHE'S GOING TO TRY AND GET A PHOTO OF IT FOR NEXT TIME.
 
REPORT INFORMATION
Date/Time of Incident: August 8, 2010 @ 06:01
Date of Report: August 12, 2010
Location: 1900 block N Chase Rd
City: Liberty Lake
County: Spokane
Game Management Unit: 127