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Another Wolf Removed From The Horseshoe Pack
Another Wolf Removed From The Horseshoe Pack
For the second time in the past two weeks, a wolf from the Horseshoe Pack has been killed.  According to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, the wolf was trapped on private land in Umatilla County Saturday.  ODFW says despite non-lethal measures, such as camping with the cattle and hazing, this producer had experienced chronic livestock depredations by the Horseshoe pack.  The trapped ...
Wolf From Horseshoe Pack Killed Friday
Wolf From Horseshoe Pack Killed Friday
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife trapped and killed a wolf from the Horseshoe Pack on Friday.  The wolf, an uncollared, non-breeding adult male, was found where previous depredations occurred.   ODFW said despite non-lethal measures in place including camping with their cattle and hazing, this landowner had experienced repeated livestock depredations by the Horseshoe Pack and requested a

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