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Basin Butte Pack ~ 2006 Story Continued...

In late June, the Basin Butte wolves killed a domestic calf near Anderson Creek on the Stanley Basin Allotment and were in deep trouble.

Stream degradation still occurs where cattle graze. Cow-bombed Anderson Creek is a non-functioning stream where fish cannot survive.

PHOTO: Stream degradation still occurs where cattle graze. Cow-bombed Anderson Creek is a non-functioning stream where fish cannot survive.
 

The Stanley Basin permittees have immense power and influence with Idaho politicians, and life looked bleak for the wolves. Fortunately, wolf managers chose to give the new pack a chance and try and haze the wolves out of the area. The rancher grudgingly agreed. As it happened, BWCC director, Lynne Stone, lived nearby and volunteered to help.


 


Basin Butte Story & Photos Continue...
Basin Butte Pack
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