Eastern Washington wolf pack 'habituated' to eating beef

Sep 28, 2012
Due to the ongoing carnage and loss of cattle at the Diamond M ranch in eastern Washington, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has agreed to remove the “Wedge” wolf pack they say has become “habituated” to eating cattle. The Diamond M has had 17 wolf attacks on their herd since June, with 10 dead and seven injured calves.

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