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WDFW adopts new tactics to stop wolves from preying on flock of sheep | Department of Fish and Wildlife
A rancher and state wildlife officials working to herd a flock of 1,800 sheep away from the site of recent wolf attacks in southern Stevens County today received authorization to shoot wolves that approach the flock.
Every day, birds flying near a certain spot on the California-Nevada border are incinerated in midair. They’re called “streamers” for the puff of smoke that appears as they ignite and plummet to the ground. Federal wildlife investigators estimate there’s one “streamer” every two minutes.What’s causing this?
Know a family who needs help providing school supplies for their child this year? Here are some places that can help them out.
The public is invited to review and comment on proposed updates to Washington’s dangerous-waste regulations through Oct. 1, 2014. A public hearing will be held via webinar on Sept. 24 at 2 p.m.
Pierce County Parks and Recreation offers Tae Kwon Do for ages 7-adult at Frontier Park.