Oregon: A federal judge has redrawn the map for managing wolves in the West, and Grant County is at ground zero

From the Blue Mountain Eagle in Oregon:

A judge’s decision to restore federal protections for gray wolves last month has put Grant County at ground zero for relisting the predators under the Endangered Species Act.

The decision drew a dividing line between wolf populations that can continue to be managed by state agencies and those that will once again be governed by more restrictive federal rules.

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