Washington Talks Wolves
OLYMPIA, Wash. – Washington’s Wolf Plan is taking form, and a revised draft is being presented to the Department of Fish and Wildlife at their August meeting. Tony Wells with the non profit group Eyes in The Woods said it’s an important topic “This is one of the biggest issues this state is going to face in 50 years, it’s going to have a long term effect on the resources and economics in the area, and I don’t think the people have heard the whole story.”
The plan calls for some trans-location that some say could lead to wolves on Washington’s coast within years. The commission will review the plan and issue a decision later this year.