Oregon Slated to Kill Two More Wolves
August 16, 2017 | Uncategorized
Earlier this month, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife officials (ODFW) shot and killed two adult wolves from the Harl Butte family group to protect cattle grazing on private and public lands.
One wolf was killed from the ground and the other from the air.
Today, ODFW confirmed another depredation by the Harl Butte wolf pack. Now the agency aims to kill to two more.
Thus, the agency intends to kill to additional wolves.
Last year, ODFW killed the entire Imnaha Pack in this same area. Is killing entire wolf packs every couple of years a solution?
Oregon Wild is asking supporters to call on Governor Kate Brown to step in and make sure Oregon’s revised wolf plan emphasizes conservation over killing. Take action here.