October 20, 2019

Hungry Wolves Eating Livestock in Saskatchewan

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“A rural area in northeast Saskatchewan says it’s having a problem with hungry wolves and wants the government’s help.

The rural municipality of Porcupine is already paying a $250-a-wolf bounty and some wolves are being trapped, but officials say it’s not enough.

No humans have been hurt, but a quick survey of area residents indicates 30 cows and more than 300 calves have been killed by wolves in the past year and a half, according to RM of Porcupine Dean Lanning.

He estimates wolf-related losses have topped $700,000.”<<<Read More>>>

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