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Environmental Update: Wolves

November 17, 2015

Earlier this month, Oregon’s Fish and Wildlife Commission voted to remove wolves from the state’s list of endangered species. We'll learn more about how that decision came about, and what it will mean for the state's wolf population going forward.

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Washington wildlife officials are recruiting livestock experts and conservationists to advise the state on compensating ranchers for lost production caused by wolves.

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