Tag Archives: Wolves

Northwest Conservationists Worried About House Vote To End Gray Wolf Protection

The U.S. House passed a bill Friday that would end federal protections for gray wolves in the Lower 48 states. For wolves in the Northwest, that would mean protections fall to state agencies. Conservation groups say that could spell trouble for the controversial predators. Source: Northwest Conservationists Worried About House Vote To End Gray Wolf Protection […]
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Northwest Conservationists Worried About House Vote To End Gray Wolf Protection

The U.S. House passed a bill Friday that would end federal protections for gray wolves in the Lower 48 states. For wolves in the Northwest, that would mean protections fall to state agencies. Conservation groups say that could spell trouble for the controversial predators. Conservation groups say wolves are on track to meet recovery goals in […]
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Rogue pack kills another cow in Oregon

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is trying again to place a GPS collar on at least one wolf from the Rogue pack in Southern Oregon following a recent spate of attacks on livestock in Jackson and Klamath counties. State wildlife officials confirmed the latest kill of an 11-month-old heifer at a ranch northeast of […]
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Rogue Pack blamed for another cow kill

The Rogue Pack’s taste for beef continues after a 700-pound calf found dead and partially eaten Saturday in northeast Jackson County became the fifth cow kill attributed to gray wolf OR-7’s pack in the past three weeks, officials said. “It obviously means they’ve figured out how to take livestock,” said Steve Niemela, the Oregon Department […]
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Mount Hood wolves appear to be sticking around, new pics show

New images of a pair of wolves in the Mount Hood National Forest, show that the rare and elusive canids have likely made the mountain their home, advocates said Friday. Source: Mount Hood wolves appear to be sticking around, new pics show

Oregon ranchers volunteer to test new wolf deterrence strategy

Two Eastern Oregon ranchers have volunteered to test a new strategy aimed at preventing further conflicts between wolves and livestock. Source: Oregon ranchers volunteer to test new wolf deterrence strategy

Oregon ranchers volunteer to test new wolf deterrence strategy

Ranchers Cynthia Warnock and Rodger Huffman have agreed to test a new proposal for deterring wolf attacks on livestock in Eastern Oregon, where most of the state’s wolf population resides. Two Eastern Oregon ranchers have volunteered to test a new strategy aimed at preventing further conflicts between wolves and livestock. Source: Oregon ranchers volunteer to […]
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Fourth cattle death near Fort Klamath confirmed as wolf kill

The death of a fourth calf found killed in the Fort Klamath area was again done by the Rogue Wolf Pack, according to a report issued Tuesday by the Oregon Source: Fourth cattle death near Fort Klamath confirmed as wolf kill

Wolves blamed for fourth dead cow in a week near Fort Klamath

The Rogue Wolfpack, including OR-7, is believed to have killed cattle. The number of cattle believed killed in the Fort Klamath area by the Rogue Wolfpack now totals four. Officials from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, who over the weekend confirmed the killings of three yearlings found over a three-day period last week, […]
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OR-7 pack strikes again near Fort Klamath

A trio of cattle deaths in the Fort Klamath area earlier this week are being blamed on OR-7’s Rogue Wolf Pack. The carcasses of three yearling heifers were found — one each on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday mornings — by Butch Wampler, who oversees cattle grazing on Wood River Valley ranch lands owned by Bill […]
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