Biologists John Rohrer of the U.S. Forest Service (left) and Scott Fitkin of Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife examine an immobilized, 30-pound wolverine caught in a trap Feb. 1, 2015, near Easy Pass. Rohrer and Fitkin helped conduct research into wolverines in the North Cascades as part of a decade-long study that ended in 2015. (Zach Winters / U.S. Forest Service)

Biologists John Rohrer of the U.S. Forest Service (left) and Scott Fitkin of Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife examine an immobilized, 30-pound wolverine caught in a trap Feb. 1, 2015, near Easy Pass. Rohrer and Fitkin helped conduct research into wolverines in the North Cascades as part of a decade-long study that ended in 2015. (Zach Winters / U.S. Forest Service)

The wily wolverine: Iconic species making comeback in state

A Snohomish man recently captured video of two wolverines near Glacier Peak.

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