Tag Archives: Wolves

Wolf kills down for Klamath County in 2019

There was one wolf kill in Klamath County this year, though eight were logged in Jackson County, according to Tom Collom, district wildlife biologist for Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. Source: Wolf kills down for Klamath County in 2019

Only a matter of time before wolves settle in Central Oregon

Wolf packs have established themselves in all points of the compass from Central Oregon, and it’s probably only a matter of time before one settles in the Deschutes National Forest, according to wildlife biologists. With packs as close as Warm Springs Indian Reservation to the north and the Umpqua National Forest to the west, the […]
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Oregon Court of Appeals upholds wolf delisting

The Oregon Court of Appeals has dismissed a lawsuit filed by three environmental groups challenging the state’s decision to lift endangered species protections for gray wolves. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife removed wolves from the state endangered species list in November 2015. Lawmakers passed House Bill 4040 during the 2016 legislative session, which […]
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Environmental groups lose lawsuit against wolf delisting

Environmental groups fighting to put the gray wolf back on the Oregon Endangered Species list lost a legal battle when their case was thrown out by the state’s Court of Appeals. The appeals court tossed out the complaint on Wednesday, saying House Bill 4040 rendered the petition irrelevant. Source: Environmental groups lose lawsuit against wolf […]
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Court Dismisses Lawsuit Against Wolf Delisting, Citing Earlier Action By Lawmakers, Governor

The Oregon Court of Appeals dismissed a gray wolf delisting lawsuit Wednesday, citing a change in state law that blocked judicial review. Conservation groups Cascadia Wildlands, Center for Biological Diversity and Oregon Wild sued the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife after its removal of the gray wolf from the Oregon Endangered Species List at […]
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Oregon Court of Appeals upholds wolf delisting

The Oregon Court of Appeals has dismissed a lawsuit filed by three environmental groups challenging the state’s decision to lift endangered species protections for gray wolves. Source: Oregon Court of Appeals upholds wolf delisting | Livestock | capitalpress.com

ODFW has no confirmed wolf sightings near Reedsport, as alleged by Facebook page

State biologists have no confirmed reports of wolves along the Oregon Coast, as suggested by a Facebook post this week. “Wolves have been seen on Knife Ridge area… just out of Reedsport, Oregon” the page Oregon Wolf Education posted Thursday. Source: ODFW has no confirmed wolf sightings near Reedsport, as alleged by Facebook page | […]
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Trail cameras capture new images of Oregon’s only wolves in northern Cascades

Trail cameras have captured new images of the only wolves known to reside in Oregon’s northern Cascades, experts said Wednesday. The cameras, which are operated as part of a collaboration between Defenders of Wildlife and Cascadia Wild, caught pictures of the adult canids, believed to be the breeding pair of the White River Pack. The […]
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Editorial: More work needed to prevent wolves from killing livestock

Wolves reintroduced themselves to Oregon. Ever since, there’s been a lot of debate about what to do about them. They aren’t usually predators of people, though don’t try to make friends. As for ranch cattle, wolves can treat them like a buffet. Nobody knows that better than rancher Ted Birdseye. Source: Editorial: More work needed […]
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New wildlife fence aims to keep wolves out of SW Oregon ranch

Ted Birdseye has tried seemingly everything to keep the wolves out of his ranch in southwest Oregon. Fladry, guard dogs and even inflatable dancing tube men — similar to those seen outside of used car lots — have all failed to keep the predators at bay, Birdseye said. Now a $46,000 wildlife fence might be […]
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