ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- It can be described as a kind of Crime Stoppers for wolves.
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game now has a hotline for residents to report wolf sightings in communities around Fairbanks.
In the past two months, a wolf pack is suspected of eating at least three dogs in the towns of North Pole and Two Rivers.
Fish and Game has also established an e-mail list.
The agency says the hotline and e-mail are designed to keep residents up to date on the latest wolf sightings.
You can find a link on our website under KTUU Web Links.
The hotline number is 907-459-7308.
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