The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission will be getting an update Friday afternoon on the state's Wolf Conservation and Management Plan, including the department's recent decision to eliminate the Wedge Pack in the northeast corner of the state.
The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission will be getting an update Friday afternoon on the state’s Wolf Conservation and Management Plan, including the department’s recent decision to eliminate the Wedge Pack in the northeast corner of the state.
We will carry TVW’s live video of the meeting here starting at 1 p.m. Friday when Nate Pamplin, the department’s assistant director of the wildlife program, and Steve Pozzanghera, director of the region where the pack was killed, will brief the commission.
The commission will take public comments starting at 3:15 p.m. The department says the livestock industry and conservation organizations will be represented at the meeting.
The original meeting site has been changed to accommodate a larger crowd. If you’re attending, head for the Columbia Room inside the Capitol Building. Visit this site for directions.
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The afternoon session on wolves is part of a two-day meeting of the nine-member commission, appointed by the governor to set policy for the department. This site has the full agenda.
Photo: The meeting of the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission has been moved to the Columbia Room in the state Capitol.