Living with Livestock and Wolves – Review of the Literature
July 3, 2019
In 2008 the first breeding pack of Gray Wolves (Canis lupus) in Washington was documented near Twisp in the Methow Valley following an absence of nearly 70 years. In response to the wolves’ reappearance in Washington, the Fish and Wildlife Commission adopted the Wolf Conservation and Management Plan for Washington (Plan) in December 2011, following a lengthy scientific and public involvement process. The Plan provides the framework for how wolf conservation and management will be addressed during the gray wolf population recovery phase and beyond.
Author(s): Lorna Smith, Jane Hutchinson, Linn DeNesti