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From Know.org:

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has decided to kill members of the Harl Butte wolf pack in Eastern Oregon in an attempt to disrupt the pack’s behavior and prevent future livestock losses.

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From The Spokesman-Review:

ENDANGERED SPECIES — Wolves from two different packs — one already targeted for lethal removal — have been associated with new attacks on livestock, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife reports today.

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From Ozy.com:

On the evening of June 5, 2015, Romain Ferrand, then 16, was on his family’s cattle farm in the Maritime Alps in the south of France. Sitting outside, the young man suddenly heard a commotion erupt from the ordinarily tranquil mountain darkness: Cows mooed loudly in the distance, and the dogs began to bark and growl ferociously. Romain called his brother, Benjamin, and the two set out into the night armed with flashlights and their father’s hunting knife and rifle.

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From The Independent:

The death of one calf has been confirmed as a wolf kill by WDFW officials and the scattered skeletal remains of a second calf was found but the cause was not determined on a grazing allotment in Ferry County. The carcasses were found on June 12 by a WDFW contract range rider who was patrolling the area which has a cluster of GPS points from a collared wolf from the Sherman Pack, a press release by the WDFW said.

Department officials said the bite lacerations and puncture wounds were consistent with a wolf kill or depredation. It was the first reported depredation of the year.

 

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