WDFW head sees need for quicker call on wolf removal

From the Capital Press:

Washington Fish and Wildlife Director Kelly Susewind said Wednesday the department will try to decide more quickly whether to kill wolves once packs have met thresholds for lethal control.

As in the past, Fish and Wildlife will remove wolves as a last resort, Susewind told the department’s Wolf Advisory Group. Delays making the decision, however, “limit the value” of lethal control, he said.

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