Gray wolves

Ag News: Warnock Tours Georgia Farms and Gray Wolf Delisting
**Senator Raphael Warnock recently toured six Southwest Georgia Farms, his first trip to farm country since taking office.
Senator Warnock says he climbed on farm equipment and dined outside, but mostly listened and got a one-day course on Georgia agriculture from numerous farm stakeholder organizati…
Delisting Wolves; ESA Debate and Chinese Take U.S. Rice
**Bills to delist gray wolves in the Great Lakes region, give other states a larger role in listing imperiled species and cap attorney fees to Endangered Species Act litigants were the subjects of debate at a House Natural Resources Committee hearing last week...
Washington Wolf Population Grows by 32 Percent
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — The number of wolves in Washington state grew by about 32 percent last year. The Department of Fish and Wildlife's annual survey found at least 90 wolves in the state by the end of 2015. That was up from at least 68 wolves counted in 2014. The...