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By Roger Harnack

Stranger Pack wolf killed in Idaho

Game officials install fladry around 20-acre area near Hunters


Last updated 1/13/2020 at 4:44pm

HUNTERS – A Stranger Pack wolf that wandered into Idaho has been killed.

According to the state Department of Fish and Wildlife's report Monday, the wolf was “legally harvested.”

The Stranger Pack inhabits the forest area in Stevens County north of Davenport near of Hunters.

Officials said GPS tracking collar data last month showed the animal was in Idaho.

But while one wolf in the pack was eliminated, game officials remain concerned about the pack and possible attacks on cattle.

As a result, a fladry – a fence with strips of fabric that flap in the wind – was installed around a 2...

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