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The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) said one of the wolves was found in Stevens County after a radio collar stopped working in November.
Each breeding female wears a radio collar and is monitored around the clock.
Someone spotted a cotorra, the Spanish word for parrot, with a radio collar and an orange leg band in Barrio Caguitas in Aguas Buenas.
He and his coauthors tracked pumas in the Santa Cruz Mountains via radio collars and determined when the big cats killed deer.
The biologists were at the site to put radio collars on adult females, to check weights and body conditions and to monitor movements.
While radio collar studies on larger animals have been state-of-the-art for decades, this kind of ultra-small technology for tracking frogs did not exist until relatively recently.
Born as a cub in 1996, 399 was given the numeric identity by researchers with the Interagency Grizzly Bear Study Team, who outfitted her with a radio collar to track her movements.
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