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From the Mail Tribune:

OR-7’s Rogue Pack of protected gray wolves taste for beef hasn’t waned, but this time it’s moved from Ted Birdseye’s ranch to the Rancheria area, authorities said.

The pack on Monday was officially blamed for the killings of two cow calves found in two consecutive days last week in the Rancheria area east of Butte Falls, according to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.

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From Jefferson Public Radio:

It’s a clear autumn afternoon and the piercing clang of metal on metal rang out across Mill-Mar Ranch. Rancher Ted Birdseye was in a good mood.

“I thought you said you’d be done, Doug!” he yelled jokingly to contractor Doug Carpenter.

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From heraldcourier.com:

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — More than a dozen conservation groups have asked Oregon Gov. Kate Brown’s office to reopen an investigation into the Oct. 27 killing of a wolf by a hunter who claimed self-defense.

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From spokesman.com:

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Another gray wolf has been found dead in Oregon, marking the third such unsolved death of a federally protected wolf in the past year, state and federal wildlife officials said. Another wolf was shot by a hunter who claimed self-defense.

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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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