The good news is with the wolves in the Teanaway it will only be a short period of time, before urban residents west of the Cascades will be dealing with the wolves. I suspect this will be a much more civilized discussion, than previous issues that were just limited to eastern Washington like hound hunting with dogs, and bears. The Siberian tigers have moved into the city limits of Vladivostok looking for easy meals. Now they are a solitary animal, not a pack like wolves, but I can see the wolves moving in the Cedar drainage and others in western Washington fairly quickly. When my mother lived in Belorus there were always wolves around the villages. This will be the first time that the fringes of a American urban area will probably have an major predator in it, besides the solitary mountain lion.