ENTERPRISE — Authorities are seeking information and offering a $25,000 reward after the discovery of three gray wolves and two golden eagles poisoned in Wallowa County, according to news releases from state and federal wildlife agencies.

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Oregon State Police announced a joint effort to investigate the deaths, offering the reward for any leads resulting in an arrest, criminal conviction, or civil penalty assessment.

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This ongoing problem of poaching predators, especially wolves in Eastern and Southern Oregon is getting out of hand. I find it incongruous that law enforcement is having such difficulty to enforce our laws.

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