From drovers.com:

A wolf in Washington has been killed following multiple cattle deaths and a lawsuit that resulted in a judge blocking and then approving lethal removal.

Wildlife officials with Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) confirmed that a GPS collared male member of the Togo wolf pack was killed after preying on livestock. The wolf was shot by a WDFW marksman fatally on Sept. 2 from a helicopter in Ferry County near the Canadian border.

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