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Range-Riding Wolf Patrol Shows Signs of Success in Twisp

posted Jan 16, 2015, 12:13 PM by chloe owens

12/19/14, by K.C. Mehaffey, Yakima Herald

Range-riding wolf patrol shows signs of success in Twisp

Twisp, Wash. – In a place where wolf recovery is about as divisive as politics or religion, one program is cutting through the controversy.  For the last three summers, a pilot program has put patrols on the range to keep tabs on where the wolves are, and to check up on livestock that could be nearby…The idea is to prevent wolves from killing livestock.  And so far, it’s working.