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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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