Want to manage wolves in the West? How you do that depends on where you’re standing

From Wyoming Public Media:

The Little Snake River crosses the Wyoming-Colorado border at least a dozen times on its westward journey. The river valley is agricultural, with goats, sheep and cattle grazing next to tiny school houses and churches.

“We don’t notice that there’s a border between Wyoming and Colorado here. We’re neighbors up and down this border,” said Bob Davis, a local rancher and Wyoming state lawmaker.

No matter what state you’re in, Davis said stock growers need to be prepared to handle predators, including gray wolves. His son recently bought some 190-pound dogs to protect a herd of sheep.


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