- Associated Press - Monday, May 16, 2016

WALLOWA, Ore. (AP) - Oregon wildlife officials say one or more wolves have killed a llama in northeast Oregon.

The Capital Press reports (https://is.gd/r0FNso ) that a llama was found dead and partially eaten on May 9 on private land in the Buford Creek drainage of Wallowa County.

Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife officials say fresh wolf tracks were found near the carcass and the location an size of bite marks indicated that wolves were responsible. Tracking collar data shows the Shamrock Pack was in the area six days before the llama was found dead.


Information from: Capital Press, https://www.capitalpress.com/washington

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