State OKs killing most wolves in Eastern Oregon pack

From the Capital Press:

BAKER CITY, Ore. — The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has authorized killing most of the wolves in the Lookout Mountain pack, including its breeding male.

But the agency does not plan to target the breeding female from the pack in eastern Baker County, which has killed six head of cattle since mid-July and injured two others, including a 6-month-old calf killed late last week.

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