Wolf headaches persist for ranchers in elk-rich Jackson Hole, Wyoming

From the Billings Gazette and the Associated Press:

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Russ Lucas first noticed in mid-April that an unwelcome neighbor — wolves — were back on his family’s Spring Gulch cattle ranch.

The hindquarter of a calf, he recalled, had been bit into, and its hide peeled back. Seeing the severity of the wounds, the third-generation rancher knew exactly what had happened and what he needed to do.

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