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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.





Traffic & Weather

  • Colorado Bridge will be closed for 6 weeks from October 5 until November 17.
  • Nightwork: Lane closure on the Parkway: Reed Market Road off-ramp.  7pm-6am starting October 12.
  • Lane closure on Parrell Road near Silver Sage 7am - 4pm through October 9.
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