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

Press Statement on Famous Wolf OR-7 Likely Finding a Mate and Fathering Pups in Southern Oregon


For immediate release May 12, 2014 Contact: Josh Laughlin, Cascadia Wildlands, 541.844.8182   According to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, OR-7, the famous male wolf that traveled from the Imnaha pack in northeast Oregon all the way to northern California nearly three years ago, has likely found a mate in southwest Oregon and … Continue reading Press Statement on Famous Wolf OR-7 Likely Finding a Mate and Fathering Pups in Southern Oregon