JACKSON COUNTY, Ore.-- The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife said two calves were killed by the Rogue Pack of wolves last week.
The first calf was found on November 13. The 300 lb. calf as found dead by a ranch hand. ODFW says it had been killed in the previous 12 hours.
The other 250 lb. calf was found dead the next day. This one had also been dead less than 12 hours.
ODFW says they were both killed on private land in the Rancheria area, east of Butte Falls.
The kills are being are being attributed to the Rogue Pack. The pack roams the area around the Jackson and Klamath Counties border.
The pack is also credited with killing two calves in the same general area last month.
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