New Management Plan for Oregon Wolves

The Oregon Fish and Wildlife commission met in Salem today to continue discussing the states wolf conservation and management plan. The plan establishes a deadline for when wolves can be killed for preying on livestock, with the overarching goal being to protect wolves while also protecting social and economic interests.

County commissioners, ranchers, and wild life experts testified and debated throughout the day and the new wolf management plan has now been approved with a six to one vote coming down right before 6 pm.

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