LOCAL RANCHER DEALS WITH LOSING LIVESTOCK TO ‘ROGUE’ WOLF PACK

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PROSPECT, Ore. — Ted Birdseye owns 276 acres on the Mil-Mar Ranch in Prospect. Between horses, cattle, and dogs, he oversees almost 100 animals on his property.

Birdseye said that he has lived on the property with his family for four years, and wolf attacks have been on the rise. By now, Birdseye claims that the Rogue Pack has killed almost 10 of his animals — including 2 puppies.N

Birdseye has tried multiple non-lethal preventative measure to keep his livestock safe. He’s tried wire fencing and red flags surrounding his property. Idaho’s Defenders of Wildlife gave him an inflatable “dancing man” to put on his property to scare the wolves away. But he said it didn’t work for long. One of his calves was killed on Saturday.<<<Read More>>>