Tag Archives: ODFW

Bear captured on video in south Eugene neighborhood

A black bear was captured on camera outside a house in Eugene’s south hills early Thursday, leaving a wildlife expert hoping the bear doesn’t get too comfortable in the neighborhood. In the black and white video, the young bear can be seen walking on a concrete retaining wall with flower pots on the top. The […]
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A few popular high lakes open for fishing Sunday in Central Oregon

Crane Prairie, Wickiup reservoirs, and Odell Lake set to open for anglers. With the recent cold, snowy weather, it certainly does not feel like fishing season is upon us in Central Oregon. Source: A few popular high lakes open for fishing Sunday in Central Oregon; Crane Prairie, Wickiup reservoirs, and Odell Lake set to open […]
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Two-rod rule announced for Tillamook, Nestucca, Willamette systems

Two rods per angler will be allowed for hatchery spring chinook and hatchery steelhead in Tillamook and Nestucca bays and their major river systems beginning May 1. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife announced the decision Wednesday, along with opening the entire Willamette River system above Willamette Falls to two-rods. Source: Two-rod rule announced […]
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Oregon regulators challenge county’s rural housing zone

Oregon regulators are challenging a plan to allow more rural housing on farmland and forestland in Douglas County that was approved last month. In March, Douglas County decided to open about 22,500 acres to the development of 20-acre homes sites on properties that it had found were of marginal value or agriculture and forestry. Source: […]
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ODFW kills two more Pine Creek wolves

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has shot two more wolves from the Pine Creek pack after another attack on livestock in Baker County. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife shot two more wolves from the Pine Creek pack Wednesday morning in Baker County, following the latest in a string of attacks on […]
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Project seeks to bring bull trout back to Clackamas

Multiple agencies including ODFW focus on reintroducing native fish to Clackamas River. Source: Project seeks to bring bull trout back to Clackamas

Agency checks boats to help stop invasive species’ reach

ONTARIO — With boating season getting underway, workers at watercraft inspection stations around Oregon are ramping up their efforts to keep aquatic invasive species out of the state. Source: Agency checks boats to help stop invasive species’ reach

Oregon inspecting incoming boats for invasive species;

As the start of boating season nears, drivers bringing motorized and non-motorized boats into Oregon will now have to stop at watercraft inspection stations in order to keep aquatic invasive species out of the state. Source: Oregon inspecting incoming boats for invasive species;

Marbled Murrelet Listed as Endangered Under Oregon’s Endangered Species Act: What Does It Mean for Timber Landowners and Operators in Oregon?

At its February 9, 2018 meeting, the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission (the “Commission”) voted to “uplist” the marbled murrelet’s status from a threatened to an endangered species by a 4-2 margin. The marbled murrelet is a diving seabird that nests in forests along the coast from Alaska to Northern California, traveling up to 50 […]
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Oregon authorizes killing three more wolves from Pine Creek Pack

Trouble has continued for Eastern Oregon’s Pine Creek Pack. Source: Oregon authorizes killing three more wolves from Pine Creek Pack