By Eli Francovich

Members of the Togo wolf pack killed a cow in the Colville National Forest and injured another last week, according to state wildlife officials.The Togo pack is responsible for five depredations in the last 10 months, including two in November 2017 and one in May.

On Wednesday Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife officials were notified about a potential wolf depredation near Danville, Washington in Ferry County.

WDFW staff investigated the dead cow and documented “bite lacerations with associated hemorrhaging, signs of a struggle down a steep hill and around the cow carcass, and recent wolf activity in the area,” according to a WDFW news release.

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