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Washington’s management plan draws another big crowd

[thumbnail icon url=”Washingtons-management-plan-draws-another-big-crowd” filename=”news” year=”2009″ month=”11″ day=”06″] Diane Urbani de la Paz, staff writer for the Peninsula Daily News, reports on the Sequim, Wa. meeting, which drew people of all sides from hikers to farmers, and scientists to singers.

The public comment meetings regarding Washington’s wolf management plans continue across the state. 

The preferred plan would include “translocating” some wolves from the east part of the state and moving them to the western part. The Olympic Peninsula (one of the proposed locations for the translocation project), hosted their one, and only meeting on November 5th – a meeting which drew a large crowd.

Learn more from the Peninsula Daily News article: Wolf management plan draws big crowd

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