A lone gray wolf from Idaho apparently crossed the Snake River and is
moving through northeast Oregon in search of a mate.
The federally endangered wolf, number B-45, has a radio collar allowing
biologists to track it day to day while they consider their options.
The female gray wolf was captured and collared as a yearling and was
part of the Jureano Mountains Pack of east-central Idaho.
"She presents a somewhat odd situation for us because Oregon is
not part of the wolf …