WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife considers culling wolf pack after cattle deaths
A wolf pack in Washington is continuing to prey on cattle.
So now, the state department of fish and wildlife is considering culling the pack. Officials say that wolves preyed on cattle belonging to three ranchers, killing two calves and injuring two others.
The department considers lethal control after at least three predations in 30 days.
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