Wolf Tracks


Willamette Week by Aaron Mesh May 27, 2015   Nick Cady is thrilled to see the return of gray wolves to Oregon’s Cascade Range. He celebrated when the wolf dubbed OR-7 was spotted south of Crater Lake in 2011, more than 60 years after hunters wiped out the species from the state.   But even … Continue reading Wolf Tracks

OR-7 The Journey : Film Premiere


“OR-7 The Journey” September 18, 2014 at 7:00pm Bijou Art Cinemas on 13th Ave. Eugene, Oregon Join Cascadia Wildlands and Oregon Wild on September 18, 2014 at 7pm in welcoming Oregon filmmaker Clemens Schenk for the Eugene premiere of “OR-7: The Journey”. RSVP HERE on the event page. Buy TICKETS ONLINE. “OR-7: The Journey” is … Continue reading OR-7 The Journey : Film Premiere

Wanda’s New Wolf Pack Survived the Fire But All Wolves Still Need Your Help


  ​We were so pleased this morning to receive confirmation that OR-7, Wanda and the three pups are surviving the fires in southern Oregon.  We would breathe a huge sigh of relief, but the skies of Oregon are still filled with a little bit of smoke.   This situation highlights the fact that wolves live in … Continue reading Wanda’s New Wolf Pack Survived the Fire But All Wolves Still Need Your Help

Journey and Wandering Wanda—A love story two plus decades in the making


By Bob Ferris   June 1st marks my twentieth year as a professional advocate for wolf recovery and roughly thirty years as a professional wildlife biologist. This is not a big deal as nearly everyone eventually is somewhere for a long time, but it does give me one very important advantage: Perspective.  In other words, … Continue reading Journey and Wandering Wanda—A love story two plus decades in the making

Oregon’s Wandering Wolf May Have Found a Mate


By Jeff Barnard The Associated Press/Register-Guard May 13   MEDFORD — Oregon’s famous wandering gray wolf, dubbed OR-7, may have found the mate he has trekked thousands of miles looking for, wildlife authorities said Monday. It’s likely the pair spawned pups and, if confirmed, the rare predators would be the first breeding pair of wolves … Continue reading Oregon’s Wandering Wolf May Have Found a Mate