April 17, 2013
THIS MAY 3, 2009, file photo provided by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife shows wolf coordinator Russ Morgan with a wolf as it recovers from anesthesia used during a radio-collaring effort in northeastern Oregon. Ranchers told an Oregon House committee Tuesday that their existing authority to kill wolves caught in the act of killing livestock isn't enough. Three eastern Oregon legislators have proposed allowing ranchers to kill any gray wolf they reasonably believe has attacked or harassed their livestock.
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