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Wildlife official emotionally defends cougar strategy: We have to ensure human safety

ZIGZAG, Ore. A spokesman for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife defended the agencys strategy of killing a cougar believed to be responsible for the death of a Gresham woman.

Brian Wolfer, watershed manager for ODFW, cited public safety and the pain the family of 55-year-old Diana Bober has suffered as reasons for the hunt. ODFW officials shot and killed a female cougar on Friday afterno
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