Courtesy of Capitol Press
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife will lethally remove wolves in a pack that has killed at least four cattle this summer, the department said today.
WDFW Director Jim Unsworth authorized the lethal removal after department investigators today confirmed that a calf found dead in northern Ferry County had been killed by wolves in the Profanity Peak pack.
Previously, in July, WDFW confirmed the pack had killed three cattle. According to department policy, WDFW considers lethal removal after four depredations in one year by a pack.
The wolf pack has at least 11 members, according to WDFW. Read More