There’s a pair of wolves in Lassen County. The State Department of Fish and Wildlife has collected multiple trail camera photographs, tracks, scat and eyewitness accounts to confirm that two Grey Wolves have been traveling together in the county. There’s no sign of pups yet. A scat analysis shows the male wolf was born into the Rogue Pack, which was founded by the famous OR-7. That’s the wolf that made a tour of Northern California in 2011 before finding a mate and establishing a territory in Southern Oregon. Before OR-7 the last known wolf in California was shot in 1924. Last year photos were captured in Siskiyou County of two adult wolves and at least five pups. They’re called the “Shasta Pack”. In November the pack killed some steers in the high country. Gray Wolves, which already had federal endangered protections, were declared an endangered species by California in 2014. That means they cannot be shot for almost any reason.