The latest clash over managing Washington’s wolves

From My Edmonds News:

Eleven conservation groups are asking Washington state to tighten its guidelines for when wolves that attack livestock can be killed.

The groups are concerned too many wolves are dying needlessly under the current system. Their petition to Washington’s Fish and Wildlife Commission describes the existing standards the state uses to authorize lethal action against the animals as “ineffective,” and calls for the panel to open a process to update the rules.


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