Wolf hunting season may solve issue
Last updated 10/13/2022 at 10:46am
As clashes between wolves and cattle continue this fall, the discovery of six poisoned wolves in Stevens County and the hearing of arguments that could end grazing in the Colville National Forest by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals have created another complication in an already difficult situation managing growing wolf populations.
Depredations continue to be confirmed, putting the state Department of Fish and Wildlife in conflict with environmental activists if they issue kill orders and with livestock owners if they don’t.
The issue of gray wolf-livestock interaction continues t...
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