Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife still trying to remove Leadpoint pack wolves

From the Capital Press:

No wolf has been removed from the Leadpoint pack in northeast Washington two weeks after state Fish and Wildlife Director Kelly Susewind authorized killing up to two wolves to stop attacks on cattle, the department said Thursday.

The department said the lethal-control operation continues. The pack has attacked at least 13 calves, killing three, on private land in Stevens County since June 19.

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