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Wildlife officials kill wolves: I was interested in the letter from Bill Stevenson , who comments on the "slaughter" of four wolves in the Imnaha area of Eastern Oregon. Stevenson refers to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife's "slavish deference to ranchers and hunters." Comment?
State wildlife officials say they'll take lethal action after members of the Imnaha pack of wolves attacked livestock in Wallowa County. State wildlife officials will kill four wolves in Wallowa County after members of a pack attacked livestock five times in the past three weeks. Comment?
The recent decision by the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission to delist wolves from the state's Endangered Species Act protection was based on faulty science and political expediency. The biggest problem is with the department's criteria for delisting - more than four breeding pairs of wolves for three years in a row- is that it fails to ensure full restoration of the wolf across the state. Comment?
An Oregon wolf presumed dead after he went missing from his pack in the Wallowa mountains three years ago has turned up hundreds of miles away in northern Klamath County. OR-3, a 7-year-old male who dispersed from the Imnaha pack in 2011, has been spotted in the Cascade Mountains near Crater Lake. Comment?
Red barn outside Joseph on the way from Imnaha, with Chief Joseph Mountain in the background, in Wallowa County, Oregon. Sunset view from Paulina Peak of Mount Bachelor, the Three Sisters and Broken Top in Newberry National Volcanic Monument in central Oregon's Deschutes National Forest and Deschutes County. Comment?
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