From the Capital Press:

Wolf advocates moved Monday to bar the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife from killing wolves in the Kettle River Range of Ferry County, this summer’s hot spot for conflicts between wolves and cattle.

If granted, the motion filed in King County Superior Court would halt plans by Fish and Wildlife to remove two wolves in the Togo pack. The motion also would apply to the Sherman pack, which has preyed on cattle in the past.

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