Ranchers and conservationists learn how to live in coexistence with wolves that are returning to Washington

From The Planet Magazine:

SINCE THEIR REINTRODUCTION to Yellowstone National Park and Idaho in 1995, gray wolves have slowly been making their way into Washington state. After almost a century without wolves, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife confirmed the state is now home to 20 wolf packs. While the presence of wolves may benefit ecosystems, ranchers in Washington are faced with the reality of learning to live with this new apex predator.

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