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WDFW confirms third attack by wolfpack
Courtesy of Ron Eslick
WDFW confirms third attack by wolfpack
WDFW confirms it was the Togo pack

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Truck dumps 40,000 pounds of chicken feathers on highway
A semi-truck made in Washington state dumped about 40,000 pounds (more than 18,000 kilograms) of chicken feathers across Interstate 5.
Wolves kill calf; rancher rethinks grazing plan
Wolves kill calf; rancher rethinks grazing plan
Wolves kill calf in Ferry Country; rancher says he may quit Forest Service allotment
Okanogan flood damage likely to reach millions
Okanogan flood damage likely to reach millions
The Okanogan Valley, particularly from Oroville to Tonasket, has been flooded since May 5 and likely will be for another three weeks. Growers are dealing with fruit tree, hay and garlic losses.
Washington ranchers increase reward for cow shooters
Washington ranchers increase reward for cow shooters
Washington cattlemen's group offers reward to catch cattle shooters
PNW sweet cherry forecast down 22.7 percent
PNW sweet cherry forecast down 22.7 percent
The Pacific Northwest fresh, sweet cherry forecast is down 22.7 percent from last year’s record crop due to poor blossom pollination in the spring. It should mean better prices and the industry is hoping for a turnaround on Chinese tariffs.
State vows to give one-day notice of culling wolfpacks
State vows to give one-day notice of culling wolfpacks
Judge rules Washington Fish and Wildlife must give 24-hour notice before killing wolves to give time for groups to seek restraining order
Washington Ecology sets rules for winery wastewater
Washington Ecology sets rules for winery wastewater
Washington Ecology sets rules for winery wastewater
Judge says state must provide 1 day notice to kill wolves
A Thurston County judge says the state of Washington must provide one business day of notice before killing any wolves
Oregon rancher, county intervene in grazing challenge
Oregon rancher, county intervene in grazing challenge
An Oregon rancher and Wallowa County have intervened to defend against an environmental lawsuit that challenges cattle grazing.
Dozens more charges filed in wildlife poaching ring probe
Prosecutors in Oregon have filed more than a hundred charges in an investigation of wildlife poaching that has spanned state lines and allegedly left dozens of animals shot illegally and sometimes left to rot

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