Gray wolf conservation classification open for public comment

From Washington Policy Center:

Gray wolves returned to our landscape in 2007. Since then, they have settled into the Northeast portion of the state with 30 of the 37 recognized packs in Washington residing there.

This week the Washington State Department of Fish & Wildlife announced the opening of a rulemaking regarding gray wolves. The department is asking for public input on changing the state’s conservation status of gray wolves from “endangered” to “sensitive.”


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