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Idaho, Mountain West Howls On Cue To Stay Connected During Isolation

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In this February 2008 photo gray wolves howl at an exhibit area at the International Wolf Center in Ely, Minn.

 

Stay-at-home orders mean spending a lot of time away from your friends and family and it can be difficult bridging the distance. An attempt to keep the connection going has created some new traditions across the global. Our region has its own take: Howling. 

The Mountain West News Bureau’s Maggie Mullen joins Idaho Matters to explain. 

 

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Frankie Barnhill is the Senior Producer of Idaho Matters, Boise State Public Radio's daily show and podcast. She's always interested in hearing surprising and enlightening stories about life in the West. Have an idea for Idaho Matters? Drop her a line!