Hunter charged with killing a protected gray wolf in Oregon

November 18, 2015 by  
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The hunter who shot and killed a gray wolf last month in the woods of Oregon may pay a hefty price for the transgression. Gray wolves were considered an endangered species by state officials up until last week, when the decision was made to delist them from Oregon’s Endangered Species Act. Since killing the wolves outside of state-sanctioned “wolf-management plans” is still illegal, the offender could pay up to $6,250 in fines and spend a year in jail. Read the rest of Hunter charged with killing a protected gray wolf in Oregon

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