Tag Archives: Wolves

At Least 4 Wolf Pups Born Into Oregon’s Indigo Pack This Year

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Friday at least four wolf pups were born this year into Oregon’s Indigo wolf pack. The agency said it recently put a tracking collar on one of the pups, which is now about 6 months old. The Indigo pack lives in Lane and Douglas counties. Source: At Least 4 Wolf Pups Born Into […]
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Inslee seeks to reduce number of wolves killed in Washington

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee is seeking ways to reduce the number of wolves killed by the state. Inslee sent a letter Tuesday to the Department of Fish and Wildlife saying the statewide wolf management plan does not appear to be working in the Kettle River Range area of Ferry County, where the state has killed […]
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Photo Reveals Four New Wolf Pups in Western Oregon

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has released pictures that show four new pups in a western Oregon wolfpack. The pack was first observed earlier this year, with only three members at the time. Trail camera footage reveals three of the young wolves traveling with an adult along a gravel road, with the fourth bringing […]
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Pups born to wolf pack that ranges in Lane, Douglas counties

At least four pups were born this year to Oregon’s Indigo wolf pack, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Friday via a Facebook post. The agency also announced that it recently radio-collared one of the pups, which is now nearly 6 months old. The Indigo pack ranges in eastern Lane and Douglas counties. Source: […]
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Wildlife biologists collar wolf in Western Oregon

Wildlife biologists successfully placed a GPS collar on a juvenile wolf in Western Oregon, seeking to learn more about the movements and territory of packs in the region. The wolf, a 52-pound female, comes from the Indigo pack living in the Cascade Range of eastern Lane and Douglas counties. It was collared Sept. 26 by […]
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KUOW – Seeking: Wolves marked for death in Washington state

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is trying to kill one to two of the nine wolves in the Grouse Flats pack, in the southeast corner of the state. That’s because the pack has killed two cattle in the past month and four cattle in the past 10 months. The state Fish and Wildlife […]
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Agency OKs lethal steps on wolf pack

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has authorized killing wolves from the Grouse Flats pack in southeastern Washington after the pack killed several livestock. Source: Agency OKs lethal steps on wolf pack

Wolf Workshop In Jackson County To Prepare For Rogue Pack, Livestock Conflicts

Growing conflicts last year between a Southwest Oregon wolf pack and livestock are the inspiration for a workshop in Jackson County this weekend. Source: Wolf Workshop In Jackson County To Prepare For Rogue Pack, Livestock Conflicts | Jefferson Public Radio

Editorial: Advice on wolf issue: Settle down

No state has made a bigger monetary investment in managing wolves than Washington. Wildlife managers even went so far as to hire a high-priced mediator in an attempt to find middle ground on key issues involving the apex predators and their impact on ranches. The idea, as we recall, was for the various parties to […]
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Whether wolves roam South Cascades still mystery

Whether wolves roam South Cascades still mystery. Three more months may pass before researchers can report whether wolves occupy the South Cascades, a University of Washington scientist said Wednesday. The study has been pushed back by budget constraints, ivory poaching probes and time-consuming DNA testing, said Samuel Wasser, director of UW’s Center for Conservation Biology […]
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