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- When: January 22, 2015
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- When: February 06, 2015
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News and notes
Study Shows Killing Wolves Results in Increased Livestock Depredation
posted Dec 04, 2014
Dr. Robert Wielgus, who heads up the Washington State University Large Carnivore Lab, has just published a research paper on the efficacy of lethal control of wolves in reducing livestock depredations, and the results take previous assumptions by most …
Debunking the Myth of the All-Consuming Predator
posted Sep 15, 2014
WWO received the following comment this morning, from an Okanogan County, Washington State, resident, “Bob R” and have chosen to include it here with our response. Finding ways to overcome these wide-spread and fervently held beliefs about the predator …
Coyote Conundrum: Rebranding the ‘Cat Consumer’
posted Aug 29, 2014
By Jordan Schaul, Associate Conservation Biologist, WWO coyote photo: Darrell Smith, WWO photographer/Project Biologist As gray wolves return to the lower 48 States after an absence of 100 years, many champions have rallied to their cause. Except for Minnesota, …
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