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The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife plans to kill a third wolf from the Imnaha Pack in northeastern Oregon. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife spokesperson Michelle Denney realizes any decision to kill a wolf is controversial, but they are trying to prevent further livestock losses and landowners have already tried non-lethal measures: “There is a slight chance the third wolf won't be killed.” Dennehy says if the wolf doesn't return to this area, then they will not go after it. As for the non-lethal measures; landowners have used electric devices on fences to deter wolves, removed bone piles from their property and changed grazing practice to reduce the risk of wolf kills on their herds.

 

 

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