Washington governor seeks to reduce number of wolves killed in state

From the Casper Star Tribune:

POKANE, Wash. — Washington Gov. Jay Inslee is seeking ways to reduce the number of wolves killed by the state.

Inslee sent a letter Tuesday to the Department of Fish and Wildlife saying the statewide wolf management plan does not appear to be working in the Kettle River Range area of Ferry County, where the state has killed about two dozen wolves that were preying on cattle.

His efforts come as wildlife experts say the vast majority of the predators are causing no trouble.

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