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Conservation Groups Offer Reward in Wolf Shooting

posted Jan 16, 2015, 11:37 AM by chloe owens

11/18/14, by Don Jenkins, Capital Press

Conservation groups offer reward in wolf shooting

Conservation groups are offering a $15,000 award for information leading to a conviction in the killing last month of a gray wolf in Kittitas County.  The adult female was shot in the hindquarters and her carcass was found Oct. 28…First documented in 2011, Teanaway is the pack farthest west in Washington…The department did not link the pack to any livestock predations this year…  “This wolf pack has essentially had no problems,”

http://www.capitalpress.com/Washington/20141118/conservation-groups-offer-reward-in-wolf-shooting

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