Tag Archives: Wolves

This land is our land | One hunter’s perspective on predators

I love hunting elk near Mt. Emily. We had a spot where, for several years in a row, we were able to find spike elk on the open ridgetops. We had figured out how the elk were using this area, and we had some hunting success. Then the wolves arrived. Source: This land is our […]
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Indigo wolves upgraded to pack by ODFW

Oregon now has 23 documented wolf packs with the inclusion of the Indigo Pack, a gray wolf pack that has traveled between Lane and Douglas counties and recently had its status upgraded by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. Michelle Dennehy, a spokesperson for the ODFW, confirmed Thursday that the government organization had reclassified […]
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ODFW confirms wolves killed rancher’s bull near Sparta

A state wildlife biologist concluded that wolves killed a Baker County rancher’s 2-year-old bull and probably also killed a yearling steer last week in the snowbound Wallowa Mountains northeast of Baker City. Mib Dailey, who lives near Sparta, about 25 miles northeast of Baker City, said the bull and steer, along with two other bulls […]
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Oregon gray wolf OR-54 dies in California after 8,000-mile trek

The young wolf stepped into the spotlight in 2017, after wildlife officials in southern Oregon trapped her and fitted her with a GPS radio collar. The young wolf stepped into the spotlight in 2017, after wildlife officials in southern Oregon trapped her and fitted her with a GPS radio collar. Source: Oregon gray wolf OR-54 […]
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Wolf found dead in California was OR-7 progeny

An endangered gray wolf that was found dead Wednesday in Northern California was a daughter of OR-7 that had been collared in Oregon in 2017 to help gather evidence of the Rogue Pack’s livestock kills before she lit out on her own in 2018. Source: Wolf found dead in California was OR-7 progeny | Mail […]
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Endangered Wolf Who Trekked Over 8,700 in Search of Mate Found Dead in NorCal

An endangered gray wolf that wandered thousands of miles through Northern California has died, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife announced Thursday. OR-54, a 3- to 4-year-old female with a radio tracking collar, was found dead on Wednesday in Shasta County, the agency said in a statement. Source: Endangered Wolf Who Trekked Over 8,700 […]
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Gray Wolves Expand into Western Oregon

New photographic evidence shows that Oregon’s wolf population is moving further westward. On January 3, game cameras set up by Eric Anderson of Jacksonville captured the likeness of a gray wolf on federal land near Lower Table Rock. “He wandered right in front of it, and the light was right,” Anderson told the Mail Tribune. Thanks […]
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Wolf Territory Is Expanding in Southwest Oregon

Earlier this month, a man in Jacksonville, Ore., Sam Dodenhoff, captured an image of the first confirmed gray wolf west of Highway 62 in Southern Oregon. Oregon’s wolf territory keeps expanding. Earlier this month, a man in Jacksonville, Ore., Sam Dodenhoff, captured an image of the first confirmed gray wolf west of Highway 62 in […]
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Wolf spotted by trail camera northwest of Medford

A gray wolf was spotted on camera earlier this month roughly 10 miles northwest of Medford in Southern Oregon. Sam Dodenhoff, a wolf biologist for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, said a trail camera set up by Jacksonville, Ore., resident Eric Anderson captured several images of the animal on Jan. 3, roaming west […]
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Game camera photographs gray wolf in new territory inside Jackson County

A Jacksonville man has captured the image of the first confirmed gray wolf west of Highway 62 in Jackson County. One of Eric Anderson’s game cameras picked up a Jan. 3 image of a gray wolf on federal Bureau of Land Management land about 300 yards from a road in the Sams Valley area northwest […]
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