The gray wolf known as OR7, whose jaunts from to California made him the first member of his species documented in the state since the 1920s, has probably found a partner, according to wildlife officials. He may even have become a father. And he’s the star of a new documentary, “OR7 — The Journey.” It’s a big time for him, as reporter Maria La Ganga explains.
Photo: OR7 in southern Oregon in a remote camera photo taken May 3. Credit: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service / Associated Press 

The gray wolf known as OR7, whose jaunts from to California made him the first member of his species documented in the state since the 1920s, has probably found a partner, according to wildlife officials. He may even have become a father. And he’s the star of a new documentary, “OR7 — The Journey.” It’s a big time for him, as reporter Maria La Ganga explains.

Photo: OR7 in southern Oregon in a remote camera photo taken May 3. Credit: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service / Associated Press 

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