The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has confirmed a second wolf depredation took place last week. The first was reported in Wallowa County on Tuesday May 28th. The most recent was reported in Klamath County. Investigators said a producer found a 730 pound yearling steer in private pastureland with missing muscle, primarily from the upper right hindquarter. ODFW believes the yearling died late Friday or early Saturday. Teeth marks were found all across the body. The depredation has been attributed to the Rogue Pack.
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