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WDFW to shoot wolves in Smackout pack

WDFW to shoot wolves in Stevens County More

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Atypical BSE case won’t change U.S. risk status, USDA says

The atypical form of BSE detected in an Alabama cow occurs spontaneously and rarely in older cattle and is not contagious, experts say. More


Northeast Washigton wolfpack kills second calf

Sherman pack in Ferry County kills second calf More


State collars wolf from new California pack

Pamela Flick of Defenders of Wildlife says state officials’ radio collaring of the adult female in the newly discovered Lassen Pack will... More


Cascade-Siskiyou Monument Divide On Display During Zinke Visit

Most of Oregon’s statewide elected officials spoke in support, while commissioners in Jackson, Klamath and Siskiyou counties opposed the 48,000-acre expansion. More

Idaho man pleads guilty in cockfighting case

Authorities detained 150 people and seized 80 roosters in March at a Gooding farm. More

Western Washington wolf sticks around, but no mate seen

A wolf fitted with a collar is sticking around Western Washington More

Weekly report shows North Dakota crops, pastures suffering

The latest U.S. Drought Monitor map shows nearly three-fourths of North Dakota in some stage of drought. More

Report: wolf and livestock deaths hit record high in Wyoming

At least 377 wolves were counted in the state in 2016, according to a federal report. More

Pot plants, fighting roosters seized in California desert

San Bernardino County sheriff’s deputies made the discoveries while serving a search warrant in the El Mirage area. More

Questionable Payments To Oregon Ranchers Who Blame Wolves For Missing Cattle

Ever since wolves’ return in the West, states have experimented with some form of compensation for ranchers, with mixed results. More

Montana ranch loses 8 goats to mountain lion

The latest killings occurred despite a large trap being set up last week by a USDA trapper. More

Fish and Game proposes allowing hunters to bait wolves

The Department of Fish and Game is seeking public comment on the proposed changes until July 26. More

State reports at least 4 wolves have died this year

Washington is home to about 115 wolves in 20 packs, all in Eastern Washington. More

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