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.
February 23, 2022 — Conservation and animal-protection groups announced a combined $22,500 reward today for information leading to a conviction in the killing of a collared wolf outside the town of Cove in Northeast Oregon.
OR-93 traveled further south than any wolf had in a hundred years. Even after death, he continues to inspire. Originally published December 5, 2021 in The Guardianby Katharine Gammon The … Continue reading A gray wolf’s epic journey ends in death on a California highway
For Immediate Release April 21, 2021 Contact: Bethany Cotton, Conservation Director Cascadia Wildlands; email, 503.327.4923 Oregon’s Recovering Gray Wolf Population Grows, Expands Westward Good News Tempered by 2020 Premature Removal … Continue reading 2020 Oregon Wolf Numbers Are In!
August 3, 2017 For Immediate Release Nick Cady, Cascadia Wildlands, email@example.com, (314) 482-3746 Oregon Killing Wolves Again in Imnaha Pack Territory Harl Butte Pack Targeted in Response to Depredations on Forest Service … Continue reading Oregon Killing Harl Butte Wolf Pack
For immediate release April 11, 2017 Contact: Nick Cady, Cascadia Wildlands, 314-482-3746 Today the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife released its 2016 annual report for wolf recovery as … Continue reading Press Release: Oregon Wolf Recovery Stagnant in 2016, Changes to Wolf Plan Concern Wolf Advocates
*Area of Known Wolf Activity (AKWA) is designated by ODFW showing where wolves and/or packs have been documented repeatedly over a period of time. 2022 September 6, 2022: Due to … Continue reading Oregon Wolf Recovery Chronology
Federal Agencies Urged to Halt Coyote-hunting Contest in Oregon’s Lake County Contest Risks Killing Endangered Wolves, Breaking Wildlife Laws PORTLAND, Ore.— Six wildlife conservation organizations representing nearly 212,000 Oregonians … Continue reading Coyote Killing Contest Placing Oregon’s Wolves in Crosshairs
For Immediate Release October 7, 2016 Contacts: >Nick Cady, Cascadia Wildlands, (314) 482-3746, firstname.lastname@example.org >Amaroq Weiss, Center for Biological Diversity, (707) 779-9613, email@example.com >Catalina Tresky, Defenders of Wildlife, (202) … Continue reading Poll: Most Oregonians Oppose Hunting of Wolves, Favor Nonlethal Conflict Prevention
For Immediate Release July 6, 2016 Contact: Nick Cady, Cascadia Wildlands, (314) 482-3746, firstname.lastname@example.org Amaroq Weiss, Center for Biological Diversity, (707) 779-9613, email@example.com Steve Pedery, Oregon Wild, (503) … Continue reading Oregon Wolf Delisting Challenge Reinstated by Court of Appeals