Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission denies conservation groups’ request for less lethal measures against gray wolves

From The Wenatchee World:

OLYMPIA — Conservation groups’ petition to help fix what they say is a broken system — resulting in the killing of nearly 45 gray wolves protected under federal and state laws — was recently denied.

Nonprofits Center for Biological Diversity, Washington Wildlife First and eight other conservation groups filed the petition Sept. 15. It was presented during a hearing Oct. 26 to the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission, and was voted against.


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