Colville Tribes managing wolves in its own way

Written by at November 14, 2012

Washington state officials have one way of dealing with wolves. Meanwhile, the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, as ICTMN’s Jack McNeel reports, have another. Off the reservation the issue is whether killing the wolves was warranted, even after they became accustomed to feeding on livestock instead of hunting game. This was the logic behind

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