Idaho Wildlife Services is keeping its eyes on a pack of seven wolves that has been detected recently in the foothills north of Boise.

News that a pack of wolves has been detected in that area was not welcomed by the state’s cattle industry.

There have been lone wolf sightings in the Boise foothills over the years but this is the first time a pack has been detected in the area.

IWS State Director Todd Grimm said seven different sets of wolf tracks have been found near Avimor Subdivision, which is located in the foothills north of Boise, by far the state’s largest urban area.

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