FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:February 4, 2021 Contact: Josh Laughlin, Cascadia Wildlands, 541-844-8182 email Senators Wyden and Merkley Introduce Bold Wild and Scenic Rivers Legislation for Oregon Waterways On February 3, Senators … Continue reading Wild and Scenic River Legislation Introduced
For immediate release August 7, 2019 Court: Oregon Illegally Denied Marbled Murrelet Endangered Species Protections EUGENE, Ore.— An Oregon judge has issued a decision concluding the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission … Continue reading Legal Victory for Marbled Murrelets in Oregon!
Both Washington and Oregon have released their 2018 wolf numbers and the Pacific Northwest has demonstrated minor gains in the face of continued poaching and state-funded wolf killing (Oregon’s wolf … Continue reading Wolves Under Assault on Multiple Fronts, Your Help Needed!
On March 15, 2019, the Fish and Wildlife Service published a rule proposing to prematurely remove gray wolves across the country from the Endangered Species Act. This is now the … Continue reading National Wolf Protections in Jeopardy, Take Action Today!
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Status Review Demonstrates that Marbled Murrelet Urgently Needs Endangered Status In response to a petition from multiple conservation organizations, the Oregon Department of Fish … Continue reading Marbled Murrelet Review Suggests Increased Protections!
For Immediate Release, December 1, 2016 Contacts: Nick Cady, Cascadia Wildlands, (314) 482-3746, email@example.com Noah Greenwald, Center for Biological Diversity, (503) 484-7495, firstname.lastname@example.org Oregon Board of Forestry Reverses Course, Will … Continue reading Oregon Board of Forestry Reverses Course, Will Develop Murrelet Protections
Maintaining federal protection for wolves re-colonizing areas of the West is likely one of the most important elements to the scientifically defensible recovery of this species. Unfortunately, the proposal by … Continue reading Federal protections for wolves in Western Oregon gone with new delisting by USFWS