WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT -- The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commisison's urgently scheduled meeting to discuss a proposal to give people authority to kill wolves that attack pets or livestock will not be broadcast live online as previously reported.
- People keenly interested can listen to the meeting live via telecommunications at WDFW regional offices in Spokane, Ephrata and Yakima. The commission's teleconference meeting is set to start Friday at 1 p.m.
Otherwise the public will be able to go online to listen to a recording of the special meeting on wolf measures shortly after adjournment.
The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commisison office originally said the meeting would be open in a live online audio stream. The staff said the recording would be posted ASAP after the meeting on the commission website.