‘The number of wolves poached in Oregon is growing sickeningly high’

From KATU.com

COVE, Ore. — Information on a wolf found shot to death last month is the subject of a reward up to $22,500, the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife said Wendesday.

Oregon State Police Fish and Wildlife Troopers located the carcass of OR109 while responding to a mortality signal from the wolf’s tracking collar outside of the town of Cove in Union County in northeastern Oregon.

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