Tag Archives: Wolves

Groups sue to stop logging project near Mount Hood 

Four environmental groups are suing the U.S. Forest Service to stop a major logging project on the east shoulder of the Mount Hood National Forest near the White River in north-central Oregon. Source: Groups sue to stop logging project near Mount Hood – Timber – Capital Press

Wolf pups born on Warm Springs Reservation

A male and a female wolf have been photographed with their two pups on the northern part of the reservation. For at least the past four years, a large male wolf has been observed roaming parts of the Warm Springs Reservation. Now, the wolf, his mate and two pups have also been seen on trail […]
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ODFW reissues wolf kill permit in Wallowa County

The Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife has reissued a permit for RL Cattle Company of Enterprise to shoot one wolf in the Chesnimnus Unit after experiencing four livestock depredations since June. A northeast Oregon cattle rancher was reissued a permit to shoot one wolf on a forested grazing allotment near Joseph Creek in Wallowa […]
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Wolf pups spotted in north Central Oregon

Pups could help form region’s first pack in decades. Central Oregon’s first resident gray wolf pair in decades was spotted earlier this month with a pair of pups in tow. On Aug. 10, a trail camera on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation caught a pair of wolves accompanied by two pups south of Mount Hood. […]
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Wolf Pups Born In Oregon’s Cascade Mountains

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife says it marks the first known wolf reproduction in the northern part of the Cascade Mountains since wolves returned to the state in the 2000s. Source: Wolf Pups Born In Oregon’s Cascade Mountains . News | OPB

Wolf Pups Born In Oregon’s Cascade Mountains

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife says it marks the first known wolf reproduction in the northern part of the Cascade Mountains since wolves returned to the state in the 2000s. Source: Wolf Pups Born In Oregon’s Cascade Mountains

Famous Oregon wolf OR-7 sires 5th consecutive litter of pups

A wolf known as OR-7 that established the first gray wolf pack in western Oregon in six decades sired at least one pup for his fifth consecutive year. Source: Famous Oregon wolf OR-7 sires 5th consecutive litter of pups

OR-7’s a father again

Gray wolf OR-7 may be quite long in the tooth, but he’s still got what it takes in the den. Federal wolf biologists released new trail-camera footage Tuesday showing that OR-7 and his mate had three pups this spring. This is the fifth consecutive year that Oregon’s celebrity canis lupus had at least one pup. […]
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WDFW backtracks on shutting down wolf-tracking data 

Fish and Wildlife’s new director says he heard “loud and clear” ranchers want GPS coordinates of wolves, especially during grazing season. Washington wildlife managers have canceled for now a plan to withhold the exact locations of radio-collared wolves from ranchers. Fish and Wildlife had planned to switch off the GPS data this week in favor […]
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Oregon has proved wolves and livestock can coexist

Wolves made headlines last month when the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife issued kill orders after three cows were injured in the rugged canyons of Wallowa County near my home. That was probably the last you heard of it.Why? Because no more cows got hurt, and no wolves were killed.As a state that prides […]
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