MCCALL, Idaho – The Spanish word for wolf is "lobo." That's a useful word to know for our next story. Many of the people who deal most closely with wolves are migrant workers from Peru and other Latin American countries. They're sheep herders. And they're changing the dynamics of wolf conflicts in the Northwest.
We're at nearly 6,000 feet in the mountains above McCall, Idaho. But the sheep -– they look like the sea. The band of 2,000 greyish animals flows and swells through the forest and the mud.
A herder named Nequar Pocomucha Huaroc gives a nod to the sky.