After repeated livestock depredations, the director of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) reauthorized the lethal removal of problem wolves in the northeast part of the state. WDFW Director Kelly Susewind announced authorities will remove no more than two wolves from the Togo pack in Ferry County.

As of the most recent depredation confirmed by WDFW staff on June 6, 2020, the Togo pack had been involved in seven depredations over a 10-month period. Susewind authorized an August 2019 order in the same territory but crews were unsuccessful.

Find more details here.

(Photo source: Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife)

The post Washington Seeks to Remove Problem Wolves appeared first on Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.

Previous reading
Water Guzzlers Benefit Utah Wildlife
Next reading
Video Shows Elk Movements in the Western Wyoming