ENDANGERED SPECIES — Washington wildlife managers spent $135,000 to kill seven of 11 gray wolves in a pack that had attacked or killed about 15 cattle on national forest grazing allotments in northeastern Washington last summer and fall. The Department of Fish and Wildlife have released a 200-page report on the situation and effort to lethally remove the Profanity Peak Pack in northern Ferry County.

Source: Profanity Peak wolf pack removal cost state $135K | The Spokesman-Review