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A 2014 trail camera image of OR7, leader of the Rogue Pack, in the forest between Klamath Falls and Medford.
At the Nicholson Ranch, Butch Wampler, left, and Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife biologists Tom Collom and Jon Muir examine the carcass of a yearling they suspect was killed by wolves.
As darkness falls, John Stephenson, a biologist with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, watches over the ranch in southern Oregon where wolves from the Rogue Pack have killed four calves.

Why OR7 is a celebrity

A 2014 trail camera image of OR7, leader of the Rogue Pack, in the forest between Klamath Falls and Medford.
At the Nicholson Ranch, Butch Wampler, left, and Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife biologists Tom Collom and Jon Muir examine the carcass of a yearling they suspect was killed by wolves.
As darkness falls, John Stephenson, a biologist with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, watches over the ranch in southern Oregon where wolves from the Rogue Pack have killed four calves.
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