A rancher in Washington is currently under investigation by wildlife officials after he shot at a wolf in self-defense while checking his cattle.
A male wolf in Washington has been killed by wildlife officials after its pack preyed on cattle three times in August.
Wildlife officials in Washington have approved a kill order for wolves that have been preying on livestock. This is the second time this has happened in less than a month.
A GPS collared wolf that is a member of a pack in Washington known to prey on livestock has been injured after it was shot by a rancher.
Agriculture groups view the removal of Endangered Species Act protections for gray wolves as a “conservation success story” and conservationists call it another “relentless assault on wildlife protections.”
After 16 separate attacks on livestock, wildlife officials in Washington have approved the lethal removal of the remaining pack members.
A wolf pack in northeastern Washington has committed three more attacks on cattle, making their total amount of livestock depredation come to 15 this year.
Lethal action has been approved by wildlife officials in Washington for two packs that have killed and injured multiple cattle this year.