Washington: WDFW tried more range-riders before shooting wolves

From the Capital Press:

Washington killed two wolves in June after an influx of range-riders couldn’t stop the Togo pack from attacking more calves, according to Fish and Wildlife reports released Wednesday.

Adding more state-funded range-riders from two organizations was a last-stand tactic to discourage a pack with a long history of preying on cattle in Ferry County.

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