Oregon: Baker County rancher allowed to kill up to four wolves from Lookout Mountain Pack

From the East Oregonian:

BAKER CITY — The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife issued a permit Thursday, July 29, allowing a Baker County ranching couple, or their designated agents, to kill up to four wolves from the Lookout Mountain Pack.

The pack, which consists of an estimated nine wolves, has attacked cattle four times in the past two weeks, killing two and injuring two others and has been determined to be chronically depredating and presents a significant risk to livestock present in the area, according to an ODFW press release.

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