WDFW continues effort to remove wolf pack that attacked livestock
State wildlife biologists have lethally removed seven members of a wolf pack that has repeatedly attacked and killed cattle grazing on public land in Ferry County, despite the livestock producers' prevention efforts.
Washington’s Wild Future
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