Oregon wolf population increases 15 percent in 2019

From the Capital Press:

SALEM — Oregon’s wolf population continued to rise in 2019 while the number of confirmed attacks on livestock fell by nearly half, according to state wildlife officials.

Ranchers in rural Oregon, however, say the number of “confirmed” wolf attacks is nowhere near the actual number, and many producers have simply given up reporting cases of dead or missing livestock after growing frustrated with how the predators are being managed.

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