WildCATs looking over maps for the Calloway Timber Sale during this Summer's Basecamp (photo by Cascadia Wildlands).

Field checking the Calloway timber sale — May 17


Join Cascadia Wildlands WildCAT Field Checking outing to the U.S. Forest Service’s Calloway Project, located within the McKenzie District of the Willamette National Forest. THIS EVENT HAS ALREADY HAPPENED.Please check back on … Continue reading Field checking the Calloway timber sale — May 17

Webinar: What is the NW Forest Plan — May 21


Cascadia Wildlands invites you to a webinar: What is the NW Forest Plan & Understanding What’s At Stake DATE: Tuesday, May 21TIME: 12pm Register here to join us! Cascadia Wildlands … Continue reading Webinar: What is the NW Forest Plan — May 21

Press Release: Oregon’s Wolf Population Stagnates


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 12, 2024

Eugene, OR — Today the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) revealed Oregon’s wolf population did not grow in 2023. The stagnation in the wolf population marks the worst year for wolves in Oregon since the species began returning to the state in 2008 after decades of absence. This concerning news for Oregon wolves caps a multi-year trend of very low population growth: the 2022 minimum wolf count was 178, just three wolves more than the 2021 year-end count of 175, which itself was just two wolves more than 2020’s minimum count of 173. Oregon’s wolf population has grown less than 3% in the past four year combined.