ENDANGERED SPECIES -- The first agenda item for Friday morning's Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission telephone conference call is to consider new locations for the last of four public meetings on the state's proposed wolf management plan.
The commission held the first meeting on the controversial plan in Ellensburg, followed by two meetings in Olympia.
The fourth meeting scheduled for Nov. 3 also is set to be held in Olympia.
But apparently the commission is at least considering the fact that one of the meetings ought to be in the region where most of the state's gray wolves roam.
Check the commission’s website for the answer.