Washington: WDFW vows to try 'unused tools' to stop wolf attacks

Washington's Department of Fish and Wildlife has promised to try "previously unused tools" to protect cattle and avoid shooting wolves next year in the Kettle River Range. The pledge responds to Gov. Jay Inslee's complaint that perennially culling wolfpacks in the northeast Washington mountain range is unacceptable.



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