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Wolves attacking livestock in Oregon

This trail camera photo provided by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife shows two wolves from the Imnaha pack on June 22 in the Wallowa Whitman National Forest. The wolf on the left is a 2-year-old male, and the wolf in the center is the alpha female. (Associated Press)
This trail camera photo provided by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife shows two wolves from the Imnaha pack on June 22 in the Wallowa Whitman National Forest. The wolf on the left is a 2-year-old male, and the wolf in the center is the alpha female. (Associated Press)

ENDANGERED SPECIES -- Oregon officials have confirmed that wolves were involved in three livestock depredation attacks in the past week. The cases involve the Imnaha and Umatilla River packs.

Authorities are still investigation and discussion their response.

Wolves are still protected in Oregon.




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