It seems that at one time in the past, there were wolves in Sierra Nevada. Between 1850 to 1900, there were wolf sightings in central Sierra Nevada. However, nowadays, there have not been any sightings and/or records of wolves in the Sierras.
Wolves in the Sierras are currently uncommon and there have been none on record for the past 100 years. However, there is a man claiming that on a backpack trip through the Sierras back in 2007, he spotted a gray wolf or what appeared to be one. Apparently, the wolf was seen about 0.2 miles northwest of Golden Lake. To read more information about this sighting, please click on the link below.
According to the California Wolf Center, in the Sierra Nevada, wolf reports were common between 1850 and 1900. Yet, human activities like hunting and forest settlement have caused this native animal to be exiled from the environment. However, as of 2010, the first wild wolf since 1924 was reported.
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