June 16, 2019

UPDATE: Three attacks by Oregon wolf pack could spur lethal action

*Editor’s Note* – Isn’t this more proof that once a PACK has learned to get its food by killing livestock, the entire PACK should be removed/killed? GASP!

Three attacks on livestock by a wolf pack in northeast Oregon this month could lead to lethal action against the Imnaha Pack.

Source: UPDATE: Three attacks by Oregon wolf pack could spur lethal action

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ANALYSIS/COMMENTARY: Cost of wolves calculable

The above data is not meant to reflect $39,600 for every 100 cows in each county, as the wolf density presently varies by area; however the potential exists if wolf numbers ever approach the density of the forested populations in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. Presently almost all of the forested range area in Wallowa and Union counties have identified packs. Harassment and depredation are greatest in the portions of Wallowa County nearest the Idaho border. Umatilla and Baker counties both have packs and two more known packs exist, one in the Desolation area and one in SW Oregon.

Source: ANALYSIS/COMMENTARY: Cost of wolves calculable – Editorials – Wallowa County Chieftain

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