Arizona faces costly effects of protected wolf populations

The Livestock Loss Board voted unanimously Nov. 3 to compensate ranchers up to $2,500 per animal for confirmed wolf kills. The action is an interim policy while the board works to set up more formal measures for identifying wolf depredations and compensating ranchers for them. State takes steps to repay ranchers for wolf depredations APACHE COUNTY — The thorny problem […]

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Wolves kill more calves on private land in Oregon

The Rogue Pack’s alpha male, OR-7, became well known when he dispersed from Northeast Oregon’s Imnaha pack in September 2011. He wandered across the state and into California, becoming the first wolf known to have entered that state since 1924.  Wolves, possibly from OR-7’s pack, kill two calves in S. Oregon Wolves killed and ate most of two calves and […]

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