Washington State is killing a pack of endangered wolves to keep ranchers happy August 2016 - A pack of gray wolves, which are endangered in Washington, is about to be killed by the state’s Department of Fish and Wildlife, the agency confirmed.
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The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has killed two wolves from the Smackout pack and has authorized further lethal action. Wolves were once numerous in Washington state but were killed off by ranchers and farmers.