Chelan County and others in Eastern Washington hold a unique distinction of intermixing the urban, the rural and the wilderness. A great place for recreationists and farmers. But troublesome when the wildlife within that wilderness clashes with our urban or suburban areas. For many in northeastern Washington – that’s wolves. But just how much of a problem do wolf packs present here in the Wenatchee Valley and surrounding region? To answer that question, Dan Langager spoke with a local Fish and Wildlife Department wolf biologist Scott Becker.