Walking with wolves in Palmdale
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Walking with wolves in Palmdale

Walking with wolves in Palmdale

A wolf dog walks at the Wolf Connection ranch in Angeles National Forest.

 (Christina House / Los Angeles Times)
Walking with wolves in Palmdale

Nathan Day of Chicago is greeted by a wolf dog at Wolf Connection.

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Walking with wolves in Palmdale

Gerson Berrios of San Diego, right, pets a wolf dog handled by Kyle Baker of Wolf Connection, left, during a walk at the rescue center and sanctuary in Angeles National Forest.

 (Christina House / Los Angeles Times )
Walking with wolves in Palmdale

Kyle Baker of Wolf Connection works with a wolf dog.

 (Christina House / Los Angeles Times)
Walking with wolves in Palmdale

A wolf dog rests at Wolf Connection. The hybrid animals are too wild to be fully tamed but too domesticated to be set loose in the wilderness.

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Walking with wolves in Palmdale

A group including Nicole Cappas visits with wolf dogs at Wolf Connection.

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Walking with wolves in Palmdale

A group including Cecily Pola of Monrovia, left, visit with wolf dogs at Wolf Connection.

 (Christina House / Los Angeles Times)
Walking with wolves in Palmdale

A wolf dog at Wolf Connection.

 (Christina House / Los Angeles Times)
Walking with wolves in Palmdale

A group walks with wolf dogs at Wolf Connection.

 (Christina House / Los Angeles Times)
Walking with wolves in Palmdale

A group walks with wolf dogs at Wolf Connection. Paid tours help pay for the center’s sessions with rehabbing youths.

 (Christina House / Los Angeles Times)
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