Washington State gives green light to kill Togo wolves following cattle attacks

From The Wenatchee World in Wenatchee, Washington:

SPOKANE — The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife will attempt to kill up to two wolves in the Togo pack area following repeated attacks on cattle.

WDFW Director Kelly Susewind authorized the killing of one to two wolves on Monday. The killings are “not expected to harm the wolf population’s ability to reach the statewide or local recovery objective,” according to an agency news release.

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