Non lethal wolf management can work, but only if everyone is onboard. Recently a sheep farm in Northern Wisconsin's wolf range lost a number of sheep to wolves. Several factors contributed to the loss. For one, the farmers locked up the expensive guard dogs at night fearing the wolves would kill them. Then the farmers … Continue reading Wisconsin’s Gray Wolf Will Likely Pay the Price for Sheep Farmers’ Mistakes!
Source: Steamboat Today Dear Editor, My compliments to Jim Patterson for his “Crying Wolf” feature Sunday. It was well done and covered the basics of the issue. I appreciate this, because I’ve covered wolf recovery issues for Wyoming news media for much of the past decade. I want to bring up some additional facts and … Continue reading Letter to the Editor – Brodie Farquhar: Wolves, humans can coexist
Source: East Oregonian - Workshop focuses on wolf management in Eastern Oregon by George Plavin Despite killing four wolves from the Imnaha Pack earlier this year for repeatedly attacking livestock, the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife reiterated the value of non-lethal deterrents during a workshop Friday in Pendleton. Eastern Oregon ranchers and county officials gathered at … Continue reading The Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife’s focus continues to be on non-lethals first. With the evidence suggesting deterrents are effective.