To see the current distribution of wolves in the Pacific Northwest, please click the wolf map image at the right and once the new window opens click in it again … Continue reading Pacific Northwest Wolf Map
Oregon is in the midst of a wildlife recovery success story. After gray wolves were eradicated from the state by 1947, the species got a second chance by migrating back … Continue reading Oregon Wolves
By Bob Ferris When I was in graduate school we learned an awful lot in our core areas of expertise. But we also spent time talking about scientific ethics and … Continue reading Of Wolf Experts and “Wolf Experts”
On September 1o, 2012 Cascadia Wildlands filed the below comments on a proposal by USDA Wildlife Service to conduct activities involving the recovering wolf population in Oregon. Please follow below … Continue reading Coalition Comments on Wildlife Services Proposal on Oregon Wolves
The Oregonian by Richard Cockle JOSEPH — Oregon has a brand new wolf pack, complete with a litter of five pups, discovered last weekend deep in the 560-square-mile Eagle Cap … Continue reading Upper Minam Wolf Pack Documented in Eagle Cap Wilderness
August 14, 2012 Scott Learn, The Oregonian Gray wolves in the western Oregon and Washington and California are just beginning to recover and should continue to be protected under the Endangered … Continue reading Conservation groups ask Obama to keep western population of Northwest’s gray wolves on endangered species list
Having worked in orchards and on ranches as a child and young adult, I have a tremendous respect for the folks who actually produce our food. That respect has led … Continue reading Let’s Talk of Wolves and Cattle but Please Include Elk, Deer, Fish, and Birds Too.
There are times when a picture is worth much, much more than words. The trail camera picture above is one of those times. That it is lactating means pups. And … Continue reading Pups, Pups and More Pups