WILDLIFE — A professor who filed a complaint alleging his employer, Washington State University, has retaliated against him for making remarks critical of a cattle rancher and the state’s killing of a wolf pack appears to have been cleared of accusations by the university that he misused state resources by using his WSU email for lobbying activities.
Robert Wielgus filed a complaint about his treatment by the university last week.
Other news stories related to the wolf researcher’s work and opinions include:
- WSU researcher: State should deny lethal wolf control to ranchers who don’t sign prevention pact
- Death threats surround Profanity Peak wolf pack removal; WSU apologizes for statements
- Wolf kills do lower livestock attacks, UW study says, in contradiction to WSU report
- Cattle ranchers track wolves with GPS, computers
Here’s the latest…
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