April 20, 2022 — Conservationists are concerned about the plateau of Oregon’s wolf population in 2021, largely resulting from poaching and agency killings. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (ODFW) annual wolf population report, released late yesterday, shows Oregon’s wolf population grew by the lowest percentage (just over one percent) since wolves naturally returned to the state. The 2021 minimum population of 175 wolves increased by just two animals from the 2020 minimum count of 173.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEAugust 2, 2021 Contacts:Bethany Cotton, Conservation Director, Cascadia Wildlands, email@example.com, 503.327.4923Samantha Bruegger, Wildlife Coexistence Campaigner, WildEarth Guardians, firstname.lastname@example.org, 970.531.6720 Outrage: Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife Kills Wolf … Continue reading Press Release: ODFW Uses Tax Dollars to Kill 3.5 Month Old Wolf Pups
“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 … Continue reading OR-7 The Journey : Film Premiere
The US Fish and Wildlife Service just release the following press statement about the independent Peer review (see link at bottom of page): Service Reopens Comment Period on Wolf … Continue reading BREAKING NEWS: Peer Reviewers Find Fault with USFWS Science on Wolf Delisting–comment period reopens
Associated Press June 27, 2013 SALEM, Ore. (AP) — The Oregon Senate has passed a bill that puts into law provisions of a settlement allowing the state to … Continue reading Oregon Senate passes wolf settlement bill