OLYMPIA: Status of wolves topic of meeting

Staff writerApril 1, 2014 

Defenders of Wildlife will give a presentation Tuesday on the status and management of wolves in Washington.

The program will include a review of how wolves are doing in the state, the work the organization is doing to promote coexistence tools and techniques to prevent wolf and livestock conflict, an update on the proposed delisting of wolves in Washington state and a discussion of the state Department of Fish and Wildlife’s protocol for killing wolves that are killing livestock. A question-and-answer session follows the presentation.

The program will be from 6:30-8 p.m. at State Capitol Museum Coach House, 214 22nd Ave. SW, Olympia.

Admission is free, but the group is asking people to RSVP to John Rosapepe at 360-440-1021 or jrosapepe@defenders.org.

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