Experts outline nonlethal measures to prevent wolf depredation

Livestock producers, government officials and university researchers detailed a half-dozen nonlethal measures that ranchers could use to prevent wolf attacks.

In late 2015, seventh-generation rancher Jessica Oddo’s family was “unnerved” by California’s first suspected wolf depredation of a calf in Siskiyou County.

So last year, Oddo was among several far Northern California ranchers to attend a California Wolf Center-sponsored training in Montana to become range riders.

Source: Experts outline nonlethal measures to prevent wolf depredation – – Capital Press