Washington ranch hand says hazing led to shooting wolf

From the Capital Press:

A ranch employee told a Washington wildlife officer that she was just trying to haze two wolves chasing cattle when she shot one last year in the state’s first official case of a wolf killed in the act of attacking livestock, according to a report released by the state Department of Fish and Wildlife.

The ranch hand said she didn’t think she had hit either wolf, but found the carcass the next day and sent a text message to a department employee.

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