Tag Archives: Wolves

 ODFW Commission wrestles with wolf management questions

A couple of items emerged June 8 when the citizen commission that sets Oregon’s wildlife policy sat down once again to gnaw on the state’s plan for managing wolves. Source: Pamplin Media Group – ODFW Commission wrestles with wolf management questions

State wolf management plan moves closer to completion

ODFW commissioners discuss attacks on public land and more. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has moved a step closer to finalizing the first new management plan for gray wolves in Oregon in seven years. On Thursday, the seven ODFW commissioners met in Salem to discuss details of a draft of the department’s gray […]
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ODFW Commission wrestles with wolf management questions

Oregon wolf discussion includes livestock kills, poaching, local management and more. A couple of items emerged June 8 when the citizen commission that sets Oregon’s wildlife policy sat down once again to gnaw on the state’s plan for managing wolves. Among them: There’s a question about who should investigate when Oregon wolves devour livestock. A […]
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Oregon cattle group votes to sue Fish and Wildlife Service

  Group site’s agency’s failure to complete study of wolf delisting in lower 48. The Oregon Cattlemen’s Association announced this week its intent to sue the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for its failure to complete an environmental study that would remove gray wolves from the endangered species list in the lower 48 states. Source: […]
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Wolf found dead in northern Wallowa County 

OR-42, a female wolf of the Chesnimnus pack, was found dead by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife employees during an aerial survey over northern Wallowa County earlier this month. The wolf’s radio collar had emitted a mortality signal. Employees later picked up the wolf, which had been collared in June 2016, according to ODFW […]
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OR-7 is alive, well and still bringing home the groceries

The famous wandering wolf showed up in photos taken by a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service trail camera. His tracking collar went dead in 2015, but OR-7, the wandering wolf, is alive and well. This spring, a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service trail camera caught him trotting along with what a wildlife biologist said is […]
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ODFW investigating Wallowa County wolf death

The body of wolf OR-42 was found in early May but the death wasn’t made public until May 23. Wildlife officials are investigating the death of a wolf in Wallowa County, in Northeast Oregon. The body of OR-42, believed to be the breeding female of the Chesnimnus Pack, was recovered May 8, according to Oregon […]
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Oregon wolf found dead; cause of death unknown

The breeding female from an Oregon wolf pack was found dead earlier this month, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife said. Source: Oregon wolf found dead; cause of death unknown | KPIC

Wolf opponents, proponents face off in Portland

The two sides of the wolf conservation movement faced off in Portland on Friday as the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife hosted a public meeting on the proposed conservation plan for the embattled canid. Source: Wolf opponents, proponents face off in Portland | Local News | heraldandnews.com

Oregon Ranchers Ask For Local Authority To Determine Wolf Kills

Oregon ranchers are once again calling for local authorities to get the final say over what’s considered a wolf depredation. The request came Friday as part of public testimony over the state’s updated wolf plan at an Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife commission meeting in Portland. Source: Oregon Ranchers Ask For Local Authority To […]
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