Study: Shooting wolves unpopular, except in wolf country

From the Capital Press:

Most Washington residents disagree with shooting wolves that kill livestock, though support for lethal removal is high in counties with active wolfpacks, according to a new survey on attitudes toward wildlife.

Statewide, 29% accepted shooting wolves that prey on livestock, the survey of 2,755 residents found. In King County, lethal control was agreeable to only 22%.

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